Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tabhlighi Markaz issue says, 'cannot forgive criminal act'

Every effort is being made to deal with the coronavirus crisis on one side of the country. The government is on alert after 24 people who came to Tabhlighi Markaz from Hazrat Nizamuddin of South Delhi were found to be Corona positive. After the matter came to light, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi termed this act of Tabhlighi Jamaat as Taliban offense. Union Minister for Minority Affairs, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi while speaking on Markaz case said that the work done by Tabhligi Jamaat is Taliban offense and such criminal act cannot be forgiven.

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Speaking further in his statement, he said that he has put the lives of many people in danger. He also said that strict action should be taken against such people and organizations, who do not follow the instructions of the government.

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People keep coming in Tabhligi Markaz throughout the year. Hundreds of people went to different states of the country after attending the program held here from 12 to 15 March. Even after this, the order of the visitors continued. Meanwhile, even after the lockdown on 22 March, hundreds of people were gathered here. Hundreds of foreigners were also among them. 24 people who stayed here on Sunday and Monday were found to be Corona positive. 6 people from Telangana, who were involved in the Jamaat, also died on Monday from Corona.

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