Covid-19 outbreak: Nizamuddin RWA says police should have curtailed gathering – delhi news

The Western Nizamuddin Welfare Association (WWA) said on Monday that it would soon advise residents to stay indoors and abide by the rules of isolation, although it has prepared to alleviate the fear and panic that is positively affecting Kovid-19 after 10 people from a community of about 200 people from Tabligh Jamaat Marz in the tested area.

Officials reported it from the 1st to the 15th. More than 2,000 delegates, including those from Indonesia and Malaysia, visited the Tabligi Jamaat community in West Nizamuddin on 3 March. On Sunday evening there were virtually no obstacles to the arrival of police, TRC officers and medical teams in South Delhi. At least 100 people were checked. The results are expected on Tuesday.

Buses are supported in their preparation to bring people to the quarantine centres. The hotels in the area where the parishioners stayed were closed.

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Residents said one of them tested positive for life in the Nizamuddin area. RWA members argued that the police should have restricted the meeting. We heard about the positive cases Monday morning. People from all over the world come to the mosque. If they were to gather here, the police would need to know and take action in due course. People are scared. We will issue a circular in which we ask not to panic and not to leave the house, said SM Umar, the Secretary General of the Interior Ministry of West Nizamuddin.

Follow-up contacts revealed that persons from this meeting had visited states such as Bihar, Telangana, Odisha and Karnataka. The first coronavirus deaths in Jammu and Kashmir were also attributed to this meeting.

The Union Ministry of the Interior banned all religious gatherings and ordered the closure of all religious sites when a national blockade was announced on Tuesday to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Before, we informed the police about this event and the number of people who had gathered there. The 22nd. On 23 March a pre-curfew meeting was held in Gianta. But after the blockade people stayed inside and we saw how many of them were taken in the last two days, said Mohammad Umayr, a public figure and inhabitant of Basti Nizamuddin.

However, the DKP (Southeast) of Mina PR denied that the local police had received complaints about the mosque meeting.

The Marqaz, also known as Banglewali Masjid, is a six-storey building complex that can accommodate up to 2,000 people. It shares its wall with Nizamuddin police station and borders the famous sanctuary of Hwaji Nizamuddin Aulia. The mosque is located on the edge of the Basti Nizamuddin, which has more than 25,000 inhabitants.

Since Sunday evening, when the news came out, a group of 10 to 12 residents armed with sticks have been watching the area to avoid excluding anyone. Later the police also closed the entrance and exit, Umeir said.

Altamash Nizami, a member of the board committee of Nizamuddin Dargah, which is centrally located in the district, said two weeks ago, Tabligi Jamaat was equipped with an event that was attended by people from all over the country and the world. They met and stayed for a few days and then travelled to different regions. There are arrangements for meals and stays in the house, and people can stay there for up to 40 days.

The Delhi police said that since the 22nd. Police teams will stand in front of the mosque in March (curfew day in Janta) to prevent people from gathering in the area. The police said that until the age of 22. In March, people from abroad and from other states continued to visit the mosque. Since the 22nd. In March, foreigners were arrested in full.

said Assistant police commissioner (southeast) of the Mina RP: The whole city’s under lock and key. Now that some people in the Nizamuddin area are showing symptoms of Covid-19, we have sent more policemen to the markets and alleys to make sure that people abide by the rules of isolation. Our field staff also provide support to government officials in Basti Nizamuddin.

Joint Police Commissioner (South) Devesh Srivastawa said that the police is assisting the World Health Organization and Ministry of Health staff in investigating and quarantining people in Nizamuddin, particularly in the mosque complex.

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