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Tabligi Jamat gathering was of 1548 People Delhi CM said. In his press briefing on Tuesday Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said more than 1100 people have been sent to quarantine and 441 Muslim people have sent to Hospitals as they were found Coronavirus positive symptomatic. A recent report also revealed that a woman from Malaysia found Coronavirus positive in Jharkhand and was a part of Tabligi Jamat gathering. That brought the first case in Jharkhand state and now footprints of woman are being visualised.
Arvind Kejriwal in his Press briefing on March 31 said 'there were total 1548 people gathered in Delhi's Nizamuddin Markaz gathering. Delhi CM Kejriwal also briefed on Rashan distribution in Delhi amid Coronavirus spread. Chief Minister added that out of total 441 people have been found symptomatic and sent to the Hospitals for treatment.
Delhi CM briefed that the gathering was wrong and all those responsible will be held accountable. CM added that Yesterday Delhi Police raided and sent all gathered in Quarantine as several corony suspect found there in Nizamuddin area.
Delhi CM added I'm concerned over People moved to Telangana and died. Several people who came in contact could be in danger and we can predict the situation it would turn to be. As per recent report Woman from Malaysia found Coronavirus positive in Jharkhand. The first case of Jharkhand it is reported and she joined several others and found in mosque in Jharkhand.
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Delhi CM also assured that Government to take action against those responsible for Markaz gathering in Nizamuddin area. Any Officer involved in the Markaz Gathering or any religious people involved would be held accountable Kejriwal said.
Rashan would be distributed in large numbers from Tomorrow assured Delhi Chief Minister. All those having Rashan Card in Delhi would be provided Rashan from tomorrow. In Schools and Night Shelters Delhi Government to provide food to more than 15 lakh people.