Arrest of Tablighis indirectly gave warning to Indian Muslims that action in any form and for anything can be taken against them: Bombay HC

"A political government tries to find a scapegoat when there is pandemic... the circumstances show that there is probability that these foreigners were chosen to make them scapegoats", states Justice Nalawade's judgment
Arrest of Tablighis indirectly gave warning to Indian Muslims that action in any form and for anything can be taken against them: Bombay HC
Tablighi Jamaat

A Division Bench of the Bombay High Court at Aurangabad has quashed the FIRs filed against 29 foreign nationals and six Indians who were accused of participating in the Tablighi Jamaat congregation at Delhi without permission and for staying and conducting religious discourses in masjids in Maharashtra amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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