Supreme Court to hear plea by 34 foreign nationals challenging MHA order blacklisting them due to Tablighi Jamaat COVID-19 scare

The plea states that by a press release dated April 2, the government had blacklisted 960 foreign nationals in India and further on June 4, another 2,500 were blacklisted.
Supreme Court to hear plea by 34 foreign nationals challenging MHA order blacklisting them due to Tablighi Jamaat COVID-19 scare
Tablighi Jamaat

A two judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari is set to hear a batch of petitions by 34 individuals from 34 different countries challenging the Ministry of Home Affairs order blacklisting over 2,500 foreign nationals presently in India for a period of 10 years from travelling to India for their alleged involvement in Tablighi Jamat activities (Malana Ala Hadrami and ors. v. UOi and anr).

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