The detestable acts of the quarantined Tablighi Jamaat members continued on 8 April. After defecating on the beds of the quarantine centre in Narela, Delhi, they urinated in bottles and splashed it all over the place at the quarantine centre in Dwarka, Sector 16B, Delhi.
A section of the Tablighi crowd is quarantined here. The management of the centre filed a complaint of the incident and lodged an FIR at the Dwarka North Police Station under Sections 269 and 270.
Earlier, following the incident of defecation on the beds of the Narela centre, the management there had lodged an FIR against the Tablighi Jamaat inmates.
Another FIR has been registered against 150 people who had returned from the Tablighi Jamaat in Mumbai. This FIR was lodged at the Azad Maidan Police Station, Mumbai.
This Tablighi Jamaat group is accused of trying to hide their identities after returning from the markaz. The police registered the FIR on the complaint of the BMC. The FIR was registered under Sections 188, 269 and 271 of the IPC.
At the Dwarka centre, according to the FIR based on a complaint the assistant director of the quarantine facility had filed, the isolated Tablighi Jamaat attendees threw the bottles “to spread coronavirus among other people”. Some Civil Defence personnel is said to have recorded the incident of bioterrorism on phone.
The incident surfaces two days after the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh slapped vulgar Tablighi Jamaat inmates in centres of the state with National Security Act. They had made obscene gestures at nurses, heckled other medical staff while their accomplices in villages nearby had assaulted policemen.
So far, more than 1,400 members of the Tablighi Jamaat have been detected with coronavirus infection across the country.
The number of cases of the novel coronavirus across the globe crossed the 1.3 million mark as the global death toll topped 70,000. Death toll in India has risen to 124 and the number of cases are nearing 5,000.