- Crime Branch has seized passports of about seven hundred foreigners who became part of Markaz’s group in Nizamuddin.
- Delhi has sent a notice to everyone, asking to join the investment in a week.
New Delhi. The Crime Branch has seized passports of about seven hundred foreigners who became part of Markaz’s group in Nizamuddin. They will also be questioned by the police, who have been asked to participate in the investigation within a week. The lookout circular has already been issued against these people, so that they cannot go abroad. Tourist visas of these people have also been canceled earlier.
As of 30 March, 2346 people were evacuated from Markaz. Foreign and native hoarders hiding in many mosques and homes were also later found by the police. Those who had the symptoms of Corona were admitted to the hospital. While the rest of the deposits were kept in Covid centers like New Friends Colony, Pink Bagh, Pul Prahladpur, Police Training School in Wazirabad. Almost everyone’s quarantine time is over. Those who came from different states of India got the go-ahead from the administration to return, while notices were sent to foreigners to join the inquiry. 700 foreigners had come to Jamati Markaz to inquire about the visa. All questions related to Maulana Saad will also be asked. The police sent a notice to the reporter of an English newspaper because of writing a news and got involved in the inquiry. He was questioned for about four hours.