Police inspector who arrested Tablighi members tested corona positive
Police inspector who arrested Tablighi members tested corona positive

Mumbai: A senior police inspector from Maharashtra, has been found infected. He arrested 21 foreign nationals and members of the Tablighi Jamaat. The police inspector had led an operation to arrest 21 foreign nationals in Mumbra after the Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi's Nizamuddin area amid the havoc of the Coronavirus.

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During the operation, the senior police inspector arrested 13 Bangladeshi and eight Malaysian civilians who had joined the Tablighi Jamaat in March. 21 foreign nationals travelled first to Tamil Nadu and then to Mumbra in Maharashtra. They were hidden in the mosque and school. They did not appear before the authorities even after consultation and appeal of the government. The Mumbra police have filed a case against the trustees of the mosque and the school for sheltering foreign nationals and not informing the authorities.

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After arresting the members of the Tablighi Jamaat in Mumbra, the police inspector ensured that all 21 foreign nationals and trustees were quarantined and detained. Soon the police inspector began to notice symptoms of corona and he got it checked. His report was found positive on Friday. He is currently admitted at Apollo Hospital in Nashik.

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