The Bhopal police (bhopal police) have quarantined Tablighi Jamaat members, some Indians and others associated with the organization, who arranged for their stay in Bhopal.

Bhopal . In Bhopal, the police have arrested 71 Jamaat (Arrest). Of these, 35 have been sent to jail. At the same time, the visas of the remaining 36 people are being investigated. 30 foreigners and 5 Indians are among the jailed deposits. The depositors have been sent to jail by the court for 14 days of judicial custody. Cases have been registered in different police station areas of the city on these cases including lockdown violations. When he was presented in the court, the judge came out of his chamber and heard in the outer compound of the court.



Case registered in different sections On
Thursday, police had registered a case against 13 people who helped them with 64 foreign hoardings and 10 indigenous hoardings in different police stations. These cases were registered under Section 188, 269, 270 IPC Section 51 National Disaster Management Act Section 13, 14 Foreigners Act 1964 with violation of government orders and visas. These cases are from Aishbagh, Mangalwara, Shyamala Hills, Piplani and Talaiya police stations area of ​​the city. These depositors from abroad did not give any information to the local police when they reached Bhopal. Also, government orders were not considered during lockdown.

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Jamati was hiding in these areas of Bhopal

 

They were living in Jamati Shyamala Hills, Hamidia Road areas.

 

Brunette Hills Police Station-14 Jamati, 10 Exotic, 4 Indian




Piplani police station 14 Jamati-12 foreigners, 2 Indians
Aishbagh Police Station-23 Jamati-19 Overseas, 4 Indian
Action on helpers too
The Bhopal Police has quarantined Tablighi Jamaat members, some Indians and others associated with the organization, who had arranged for their stay in Bhopal. Bhopal police said that a case has been registered against all of them under Section 188, 269, 270 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), Section 13 of The National Disaster Management Act, Section 14 of The Foreigners Act.

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