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Mumbai Police files FIR against 150 Tablighi event attendees for negligence

Mumbai Police have registered an FIR against 150 people who attended the religious congregation of Tablighi Jamaat at Nizamuddin in New Delhi last month. They have been charged under the negligent act during the coronavirus outbreak. Delhi's Markaz Nizamuddin, which has been linked to a third of coronavirus cases in the country. During the event, a total of 1,830 people, including 281 foreigners were present at the building defying the lockdown. Src: https://bit.ly/3e3yZqv

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Let's live with hardship a little longer for a better tomorrow, says M Venkaiah Naidu

Amid Coronavirus lockdown, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said let's live with the hardship a little longer for a better tomorrow over extension of lockdown. He further said the next week would be critical in deciding on an exit from the lockdown. The data on the extent and rate of spread of the COVID-19 infection would have a bearing on an exit strategy. Speaking on the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi's Markaz Nizamuddin, he said it was an eye-opener to everyone. Src: https://bit.ly/3bYBjgW

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Demonizing community: Muslim body moves SC over Tablighi Jamaat event

Alleging that a section of media is spreading communal hatred over Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Centre to stop dissemination of "fake news". Around 1,500 people related to the event tested positive for coronavirus. In its petition, filed through lawyer Ejaz Maqbool, the Muslim body called the incident ‘unfortunate’ but also alleged that it was being misused to ‘demonise’ and blame the entire Muslim community. Src: https://bit.ly/2V9IBr7

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India light lamps, candles to show unity in fight against COVID-19

Amid Coronavirus pandemic, people around the country switched off non-essential lights and stood in the balconies and verandas of their house with candles, lanterns and diyas (earthen lamps) tonight. People were following a call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to challenge the darkness spread by the coronavirus crisis. On Friday the Prime Minister urged people to turn off lights, stand in their balconies and hold candles, diyas, and even mobile phone flashlights, for nine minutes in a nationwide show of solidarity. Src: https://bit.ly/2UIxIxt

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