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One person attended Delhi meet: Muslim Council Dimapur

The council said it had immediately traced the person upon receiving the information and handed him over to the medical authorities
People being taken to hospitals from Nizamuddin in New Delhi on Monday.

Bhadra Gogoi   |   Dimapur   |   Published 06.04.20, 06:31 PM

Dimapur: The Muslim Council Dimapur on Monday clai-med that only one person from Nagaland went to attend the last month’s religious congregation at Nizamuddin in Delhi.

Quoting the Tablighi Jammat, the council, in a release issued by its working president A. Rahman, said person attended the congregation of March 7 and 8 and returned to Dimapur on March 12.

The council said it had immediately traced the person upon receiving the information and handed him over to the medical authorities. Later, his family too was put under quarantine and all had tested negative for Covid-19.

The council appealed to Tablighi Jammat members of Nagaland to kindly and voluntarily do the needful if anyone had attended Nizamuddin or any other religious congregations in the past month.

The council said two more persons from New Market here, who actually went to Nizamuddin for business purposes, were also identified and handed over to the authorities.

They are at present under quarantine at the facilities in Dimapur and tested negative for the virus, it added.

On the letter signed by the chairman of Old Showuba village council, Dimapur, Keron Janger, which contained a list of 10 people returning from a religious gathering in Guwahati on March 20, the council said all of them had been put in home quarantine.

The letter was circulated on social media on Sunday.

The council said this group of people was in Tablighi Jammat at Narengi in Guwahati since February 10. On completion of 40 days, they returned to Dimapur on March 21. The members in the group were also checked at Dimapur railway station and have gone to their respective villages.

It said if everyone had acted as responsible citizens, then at least the panic could be curbed besides preventing emergence of hatred against any particular community.

Naga Council: The Naga Council Dimapur appealed to the people to comply with the directives being issued by the government and the district administration from time to time.

Council general secretary Thsapongkyu Sangtam, in a release on Monday, urged the public to buy essential items only from their respective colonies or village shops and to maintain social distance while shopping.

Appreciating the hard work and sacrifices by medical fraternity and policemen, the council expressed pain over the April 3 assault of a doctor here by police personnel.

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