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  • Nearly 9,000 At COVID-19 Risk From Delhi Mosque Event,

    Nearly 9,000 At COVID-19 Risk From Delhi Mosque Event,
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    Delhi state Government failed to shut down influential Deobandi /Wahabi Tablighi Jamaat

    Perhaps were afraid to offend Muslim sentiments across India has caused biggest Nation wide nightmare. Very difficult to contain the virus now as they might have spread the infection.

    Now the Authorities are red faced due to this mishap, very unfortunate incident.

    New Delhi:
    At least 7,600 Indians and 1,300 foreigners have been identified with links to an Islamic missionary group that organised a religious congregation in Delhi last month and has emerged as India's biggest hotspot in the coronavirus pandemic, the Union Home Ministry said on Wednesday. The number, however, may increase as more members of the Tablighi Jamaat members are identified, sources said.

    Twenty-three states and four union territories have worked round the clock to identify 1,306 members of the organisation from other countries since the Markaz or religious centre in Delhi's Nizamuddin West area was identified as a hotspot by the centre.
    https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/coro...home-topscroll


    Though outwardly this is a non Political movement, but 80 % of Jihadist including Church bombers of Sri Lanka were members of Jammatis.

    Saudi distance themselves from Jamaat , may be due to resist reasons, but most of it's fundings come from Saudi and middle eastern nation's.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tablighi_Jamaat

    https://www.indiatoday.in/india/stor...726-2020-03-31

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    Uhm. 9000 ?

    How about the exodus of hundreds of thousands? They started travelling on the 24th, and social distancing hasn't been practiced from what I saw on various news bulletins.

    This time, hundreds of thousands of migrant workers are desperately trying to return home in their own country. Battling hunger and fatigue, they are bound by a collective will to somehow get back to where they belong. Home in the village ensures food and the comfort of the family, they say.
    But trying to transport them to their villages quickly turned into another nightmare. Hundreds of thousands of workers were pressed against each other at a major bus terminal in Delhi as buses rolled in to pick them up.

    Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal implored the workers not to leave the capital. He asked them to "stay wherever you are, because in large gatherings, you are also at risk of being infected with the coronavirus." He said his government would pay their rent, and announced the opening of 568 food distribution centres in the capital. Prime Minister Narendra Modi apologised for the lockdown "which has caused difficulties in your lives, especially the poor people", adding these "tough measures were needed to win this battle."
    "For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return"

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      Originally posted by Rutger View Post
      Uhm. 9000 ?

      How about the exodus of hundreds of thousands? They started travelling on the 24th, and social distancing hasn't been practiced from what I saw on various news bulletins.


      It was difficult to stop them.

      Reason are explained by me here:



      1 we can't stop our poor Citizens to leave the big cities and go back to their villages.

      Because

      These migrant workers come to major cities to work for small to longer duration from their respective villages.

      They live in slum's in very bad condition.

      They feel they will be better off in their villages.

      As on today Indian villages are having better drinking water and sanitation facilities.

      They generally have lands to work on.

      Government schemes provide for assured wages
      for non harvesting seasons.
      https://vikaspedia.in/agriculture/po...oyment-related

      Now these schemes has been extended for very long periods.

      After lockdown Government will start paying them in villages.

      Indian Government has sanctioned 24 Billions US$ package for for the poor people of India.

      It's planned to be spent in 3 months.

      NEW DELHI -- With 1.3 billion people locked down for three weeks in India to contain the spread of coronavirus, the government on Thursday announced a 1.7-trillion-rupee ($22.6 billion) welfare program for the poor that includes direct cash transfers and the provision of grains for free.
      https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Co...at-coronavirus

      https://www.indiatoday.in/india-toda...124-2020-03-26
      From my earlier post :

      https://forums.armchairgeneral.com/f...ys#post5181614
      Last edited by vikram72; 04 Apr 20, 13:52.

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