GUWAHATI: Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma mentioned that a total of 547 people who attended the function in Delhi were from Assam.
So far 68 people have not returned to the state. 134 have not been suspected prima facie. The remaining number is 347 out of which 230 people have been recognized so far. As of now 196 people’s sample have been collected so far.
Nizamuddin has now emerged as a hotspot for COVID-19 in India. Despite warnings from the government which had banned mass gatherings, authorities at Nizamuddin had gone ahead with the margaz where more than 2000 people from the country as well as all around the world had participated.
Nizamuddin has also emerged as a current hotspot for coronavirus in the country as a lot of people who went back after attended the religious gathering had tested positive for coronavirus. Some deaths have also occurred.
It was on March 13 when 3400 people had arrived there for Tablighi Jamaat. This was when the Delhi CM had warned against mass gatherings of more than 200 people.
A few days later, the CM of Delhi out an upper limit of 50 for mass gathering but people at the gathering did not pay heed.
A few days later 10 people who were Indonesians tested positive for coronavirus at Telangana.
Then on March 22 Janata curfew was announced.
Next day 1500 left Nizamuddin.
And then the nation was out under 3 weeks lockdown which is why, Nizamuddin authorities say that people could not leave or vacate.
Questions have also been raised on the role of Delhi Police and what they were doing when such a gathering was underway at the heart of the city.
A lot of people who have attended the gathering in Delhi have left for other states which increases the chances of spread of the disease throughout the country.