The Supreme Court on Tuesday will continue hearing on a plea filed by Jamiat Ulama I Hind against the Union of India – asking it to direct the government and the media not to demonize the entire Muslim community for the spread of COVID-19, because of one religious congregation, by the Tablighi Jamaat.
The Supreme Court today asked the district courts to expedite hearing in the pending cases against foreign nationals in the Maulana Hadrami Vs Union of India case pertaining to the Tablighi Jamaat issue.
The Calcutta High Court on Monday ordered that all Durga Puja pandals across the state be declared no-entry zones to prevent the spread of COVID-19. ... For small pandals, barricades will have to be put up five metres from the entrance
A Metropolitan Magistrate court in Andheri has acquitted 20 foreigners including 10 Indonesians and 10 from Kyrgyzstan who were booked under Section 135 of the Bombay Police Act for not disclosing that they had attended a religious gathering of Tablighi Jamaat at Nizamuddin in New Delhi.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Allahabad High Court has given the hearing of the cases filed against the people of Tablighi Jamaat to the CJM (Court of Judicial Magistrate) of Lucknow, Meerut and Bareilly. Also, they have been instructed to be dispose of the cases in 8 weeks.
Today, the High Court of Karnataka has quashed the criminal cases against nine foreign nationals belonging to the Tablighi Jamaat on the condition that they immediately leave the country, following an undertaking that they won’t visit India again in the next 10 years and pay the fine.