COVID-19: Police used force against 100 for gathering at Rajasthan Dargah during COVID-19 lockdown
Around 100 individuals accumulated for a holy gathering at a dargah in Sarwar town of Rajasthan’s Ajmer region on Tuesday following which police utilized gentle power to scatter them, police sources said.
Six people have been captured by police for violating lockdown limitations set up to check the spread of coronavirus. According to custom, a chadar is offered each year by the khadims of Ajmer dargah of Sufi holy person Moinuddin Chisti to the dargah in Sarwar.
The holy assemblage in Sarwar comes when specialists across the nation are attempting to follow individuals who went to an immense holy assembling in Delhi’s Nizamuddin zone a month ago. 24 individuals who went to the strict assembly at Tabligh-e-Jamaat’s Markaz have tried constructive for coronavirus, while 1,548 have been cleared and 441 hospitalized after they demonstrated its symptoms.
Ajmer SP Kunwar Rastradeep said that police offered authorization to five people for this reason however later numerous others went along with them in the Sarwar dargah. As indicated by police sources around 100 individuals had assembled at the dargah. At the point when the police requested that they empty the spot, a few of them questioned and stood up to the police. Afterward, police scattered them utilizing gentle power and captured six people under 151 (capture to forestall cognisable offenses) of CrPC.
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