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Case Registered against Noida Residents sheltering 10 Nizamuddin Markaz Attendees

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A Case has been booked against Noida residents for giving shelter to 10 Tablighi Jamaat attendees, hailing from Maharashtra. The residents allegedly brought them to public places in violation of the restrictions imposed due to Corona outbreak, Police said on Friday evening.The 10 Tablighi Jamaat attendees, including five women, have  named in the FIR registered on Thursday under Indian Penal Code section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) for violating curbs imposed under CrPC section 144, the police said.

The 10 people –five married couples  were come from Beed and Osmanabad districts of Maharashtra, officials said, adding they were provided shelter at Begumpur village, under Surjpur police station limits, in Greater Noida, by three men.  “The FIR has been registered but nobody has been arrested yet.

Proceedings are underway,” Deputy Commissioner of Police, Central Noida, Harish Chander told PTI. The Begumpur residents are accused of providing shelter and taking to public places the Jamaat attendees in violation of the restrictions imposed with an objective to prevent the virus from spreading, according to a police statement. The local residents named in the FIR identified as Imam Mohammad, Raj Mohammad and Nazim, the police said.

The congregation attendees have been identified as Sarfaraz Sheikh and his wife Faradin, Saleem Vaamoli and his wife Noor Jahan, Rasheed Maqbool and his wife Shareefa, Gafoor Khan and his wife Ahmadabi, Sheikh Qayoom and his wife Ruqaiyya, the police added.

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