The statements of 166 depositors were recorded, saying – ‘We were told to stay in Markaj’

The statements of 166 depositors were recorded, saying -

The Crime Branch investigating the Maulana Mohammed Saad case of Markaz has recorded statements of 166 depositors. They were asked when they came here and who had forcibly stopped them in Markaz. On this, the police got a mixed response from the Jamaatis. Some said that here they were asked to stay forcibly, while some argued that they could not get out due to sudden lockdown. The Crime Branch has already seized passports of 700 foreigners.

A detailed report of this entire case has also been sent by the Delhi Police to the Ministry of Home Affairs, in which all aspects related to the investigation have been detailed. Significantly, Maulana Saad is far from investigating the police. Many questions have been asked to his sons and people related to Markaz, but Maulana has not been included in the investigation yet. One reason behind this may also be the high influence of Maulana Saad. According to police sources, statements of a total of 166 deposits have been taken so far. Meanwhile, a petition has been filed in Delhi High Court to release 3300 people of Tabligi Jamaat from Quarantine. It has been filed by social activist Sabiha Qadri.


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