FIR against 38 Foreign Preachers of Tabligi Jamaat in Jharkhand
JNS: An FIR has been registered against 38 foreigners and 5 Indians associated with the Tablighi Jamaat in Jharkhand for violating visa rules, violation of the regulations under the National Disaster Management Act and non-compliance with the rules of lockdown, official sources informed.
FIR registered against 17 foreigners and one Indian in the Hindpidhi police station at Ranchi, 11 foreigners in Musabani police station at Jamshedpur and 10 foreigners and 4 Indians in Govindpur police station at Dhanbad, said the official.
At Hindipidi police station FIR lodged against Siti Ayesha Binti Daud (Malaysia), Noor Rashida Binti Tomadi (Malaysia), Noor Hayati Binti Ahmed (Malaysia), Rashida Ani Maziha (Malaysia), Noor Kamrujama Bin Abidi Rahman (Malaysia), Mahajir Bin Khamis (Malaysia) ), Mohad Shafiq Bin Matisa (Malaysia), Mohammad Azim (Malaysia), Zahid Kabir (London), Shiphan Hussain Khan (London), Mahaseen Ahmed (UK), Qazi Dilawar Hussain (UK), Farooq Albert Khan (West Indies), Mohammad Saiful Islam (Holland), Musa Jalab (Trinidad), Nadeem Khan (Trinidad), Firming Sese (Trinidad) and Haji Miraz (Nala Road, Hindpidhi).
While FIR lodged in Musabani police station against Gulomiddin Abdullah (Kyrgyz Republic), Zhanerbek Sinali (Kyrgyz Republic), Islanbek Nurgaji (Kyrgyz Republic), Rustam Nurkerim Ullu (Kyrgyz Republic), Zakir Chia Kusuno (Kazakhstan), Ilias Mayanow (Kazakhstan), Shakir Shan Akhunav (Kazakhstan), Dehia Ye (China), Mayeril Ma (China) and Menai Ma (China).
At Govindpur police station case has been registered against Andhika Fahmi, Mohammad Rizki Hidayah, Mohammad Yusuf Iskandar, Sataria Bayu Adik Putra, Ahmed Onte, Abdullo Sudiana, Undag Superman, Ahmed Hamzah, Nasruddin and Tawfiq Sagala Lababa (All Indonesia) and four Indians are Jaffar Islamudeen Munshi Ishaq and Masood Khan (both guides of Thane Shivdi Nagar), Ghulam Mustafa and Shaukat Ansari Sadar and Secretary of Asnabani respectively.
According to the FIR, these foreign nationals belonging to Tablighi Jamaat rushed to India on a tourist visa and were on religious propaganda during lockdown period, which is a violation of visa as well as lockdown rules.
“Strict action can be taken after they quit from Quarantine,” sources said.