Cases registered against India's anti-Muslim, Tablighi Jamaat leader for spreading virus
New Delhi: Tablighi party leader Mohammed Saad Kandhlavi has been booked under a murder charge for allegedly spreading the Coronavirus in India.
According to Indian media, police have claimed that the leader of the Tablighi party, Muhammad Saad Kandhlavi, did not close its headquarters despite the public announcement of Lockdown March 24 following the Tablighi gathering that began March 3. The gathering was also attended by people from abroad, from whom the coronavirus was transmitted to others and thus spread throughout India.
Tablighi Jamaat leader Saad Kandhalvi denied the Indian government's allegations, saying how could the Tablighi Jamaat alone be responsible for the spread of Corona in 17 states? The Modi government wants to curb the religious freedom of Muslims in the guise of the Coronavirus.
Delhi police, on the other hand, say that Maulana Saad Kandhlavi has committed conspiracy to endanger public health and endanger the lives of people in the country, so he has been booked under serious criminal provisions on which he has previously been charged. You will also not be eligible to apply for bail.
It should be noted that Saad Kandhalvi is currently quarantined to avoid the coronavirus.