Despite the strict lockdown being implemented in Maharashtra, the Mumbai Police has registered a case against 50-60 people for performing the Namaz. News track Informed about it.
According to reports, the police was informed on Friday (May 14, 2021) of a large gathering of Muslims at the Mahim cemetery in Mumbai. They were secretly offering namaz, while religious and public places have been closed after a lockdown imposed to prevent the corona virus epidemic. Police reached the spot and caught everyone. At Mahim police station Against 50-60 people A case has been registered. According to the latest information, prayers were offered at the Mahim Cemetery in Mumbai last Friday.
Police have also registered a case against the cemetery management for violating the lockdown guidelines. Cemetery management has not yet released a statement. Talking about the case, a senior police officer named Vikas Shinde said, “Around 60 people were offering namaz at the Sunni Muslim cemetery in Mahim. As soon as the police came to know about this, she immediately reached the spot and caught everyone red handed. The police have not arrested anyone yet. “
Rajasthan police busted Eid’s big gathering at Dungarpur mosque
Earlier on 14 May, Rajasthan police lathi-charged a group of Muslims to completely disregard the lockdown rules amid a second wave of corona virus at a local mosque in Dungarpur, Rajasthan. Were gathered.
According to India TV journalist Manish Bhattacharya, a local in Dungarpur city after receiving information from the Rajasthan Police Raid on mosque In which many Muslims had gathered people in the area to celebrate Eid despite the lockdown orders. As soon as the police reached the spot, they saw a large gathering, which was gathered in a local mosque in violation of the guidelines of social distancing.
In the video that went viral on the social media platform, dozens of people can be seen running out of the mosque and running for fear of the police. Despite strict orders against the public gathering, several dozen locals had gathered inside the closed premises, threatening to spread the kovid.