Tablighi Jamaat chief traced to Delhi’s Zakir Nagar residence
Delhi police officials at Nizamuddin Markaz
NEW DELHI: Tablighi Jamaat chief Maulana Saad Khandalvi has finally been traced to his residence in Zakir Nagar. It is now being ascertained whether he has been infected by novel coronavirus. His kin had earlier told the cops that he was in quarantine.
Delhi Police will now get him tested by doctors and may question him over a video call. A decision on whether Saad will be shifted to a government quarantine centre or he will be allowed to stay at his residence till he completes his self-isolation period is yet to be taken.
Saad, along with six others from Tablighi Jamaat, were booked for violating government orders and holding a congregation despite a ban on public gatherings. Police are on the lookout for the rest of the members.
In his reply to the Crime Branch’s notice issued earlier last week, Maulana Saad had said that he was in self-isolation. Delhi Police had later sought documents and information related to the congregation.
Police had earlier said that Saad was untraceable at his residence in Zakir Nagar. Teams were also sent to his other houses at Nizamuddin and Muzaffarnagar to question his family members.
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Saad was allegedly staying with a relative in self-isolation when the cops tracked him down. Police have asked for Saad’s medical reports from his family members.
Source : Times of India
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