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India takes action against foreign Jammat members

International media yesterday reported that India has blacklisted 960 foreign Tablighi Jamaat activists including 33 Sri Lankans.

The said activists have been blacklisted and their tourist visas have been cancelled by the Union Home Ministry of India.

According to Indian media reports, the said 33 Sri Lankans along with 379 Indonesians, 110 Bangladeshi, 63 Myanmarese who are foreign Jammat members active in India have tested positive for COVID-19.

Four Americans, nine British and six Chinese nationals,  77 Kyrgyzstan, 75 Malaysian, 65 Thai, 12 Vietnamese, 9 Saudi and 3 French nationals were also among those who got blacklisted.

Foreign media also reported that “Action against the foreign Tablighi Jamaat members were taken after over 2,300 activists, including 250 foreigners of the Islamic organisation were found to be living at its headquarters located at Delhi despite the 21-day lockdown imposed to check the spread of coronavirus.”

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