Delhi : In a shocking incident, the Jammat chief of Delhi’s Nizamuddin Dargah, has, allegedly instigated Muslim people of the country to defy the norms of the on-going nationwide lockdown, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to check the spread of novel coronavirus which literally created havoc almost across the world. As per reports, Maulana Saad, the chief of Nizamuddin Dargah, a few days ago circulated an audio tape in which he, allegedly, called upon the Muslim people to break the lockdown and moved out from homes. Terming the novel coronavirus as a conspiracy against Muslims, the religious leader said in the tape, “Why have you (Muslim people) believed that if we meet then the disease will spread? This is the time to come together and spread the word of Allah. The conspiracy of the non-believers is hindering Muslims from coming together. This plot comes in the guise of curing the disease, but it is just a scheme to stop Islam and Muslims and our ways. If Muslims believe in these things, then the disease will end but so will our brotherhood.” However, the audio clip is yet to be verified by any government investigative agency. Meanwhile, atleast seven people, reportedly, died from novel coronavirus pandemic after taking part in the last religious congregation held in the Nizamuddin Dargah. Soucres claimed that around seventeen hundred people from various states of the country including Assam. As per latest report more than two hundred participants have been suspected to be infected by the deadly virus. As soon as the news broke, scare spread across the nook and corners of the country like wildfire.
Nizamuddin’s Jammat Chief instigates Muslim to defy lockdown!