A Dhanbad court docket on Sunday despatched ten nationals of Indonesia, who had been caught hiding in a mosque right here on return from Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi final month, to jail after they accomplished the obligatory 14 days of quarantine, the police stated.
The Gobindpur police produced them earlier than the court docket of Judicial Magistrate, Ritwika Singh, which despatched them in 14 days judicial custody, officer-in-charge of the police station Surendra Prasad Singh stated. They had been charged with violation of Foreign Visa Act and Disaster Management Act, 2005, he stated.
The Indonesians, who had come to attend Tablighi Jamaat operate in Delhi’s Nizamuddin space, had been caught hiding in a mosque on return from the nationwide capital in Dhanbads Govindpur block, about 20 km from the coal metropolis, on March 30 final, the police officer stated.
The Jamaat meet has emerged as a serious supply of unfold of the virus in several elements of the nation. Their passports had been seized and all of them had been despatched to Patliputra Medical College Hospital in quarantine. After finish of the isolation interval they had been produced in the court docket in the course of the day.
Their samples have examined unfavorable for coronavirus, he stated. The Indonesian had not knowledgeable the police about their
go to on a vacationer visa.