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PM Modi should be ashamed of converting the national crisis into an event of self aggrandizement, says Kumaraswamy

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New Delhi, April 5: Former Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy on Sunday made a scathing attack on Prime Minister for asking people to light lamps, saying Narendra Modi should be ashamed of converting the national crisis into an event of self aggrandizement.

“It is shameful to convert the national crisis into an event of self aggrandizement & it is beyond shameful to push the hidden agenda of his party in the face of global calamity. May sense prevail upon the PM,” Kumaraswamy tweeted questioning if the Prime Minister asked the nation to observe a candle-light vigil on the eve of foundation day of BJP.

The JDS leader said in another tweet, “Has the PM slyly asked the nation to observe a candle light vigil on the eve of foundation day of BJP? April 6 being its foundation day, what else can explain the choice of date & time for this event? I challenge the PM to offer a credible scientific and rational explanation.”

He said Modi is giving “meaningless tasks” to an already exhausted population.

“The government is yet to provide PPEs for doctors and make test kits affordable for the common man. Without telling the nation what concrete steps are being taken to combat COVID-19 menace, the prime minister is giving meaningless tasks to an already exhausted population,” he tweeted.

Amid a nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, Prime Minister Modi on Friday appealed to countrymen to light diyas and candles on April 5 at 9 pm to fight the darkness spread by the pandemic.

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8 more COVID-19 cases in Noida, count in district reaches 58

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Gautam Buddh Nagar , April 5 : Eight new cases of coronavirus has been reported in Noida city of Gautam Buddh Nagar district in the last 24 hours, taking the tally in the district to 58.
According to officials, four people were found positive in the JJ Colony of Sector 5 of the city, three victims are the residents of Designer Park Society of Noida Sector 62 and one from Vajipur village.
Out of the total, eight people have recovered so far and the remaining 50 are undergoing treatment for the infection.
The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Saturday said that there are 3,072 coronavirus positive cases in India, including 2,784 active cases, 213 cured/discharged/migrated people and 75 deaths.

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15 Tablighi Jamaat members including 5 Indonesian women clerics held

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Ghaziabad, April 5 At least 15 Tablighi Jamaat members including five Indonesian women clerics who are suspected to be infected with the dreaded coronavirus (COVID-19) have been held by Ghaziabad police and sent to a quarantine home.

Their location was traced late on Saturday with the help of local clerics, and all were found to be staying in mosques and madrasas.

“The Sahibabad police station had received information about them. Most of them went to Nizamuddin Markaz Tabligi Jamaat event. A police team was formed to arrest them after receving information,” Kalanidhi Naithani, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Ghaziabad, told IANS on Saturday night.

Police teams along with the informers raided the house of local resident Faiz Mohammad in Shaheed Nagar, D Block, of Sahibabad police station area.

Faiz Mohammad, after getting caught red handed, told the police teams that, some Jamaat members were present at his house, and some were staying in the nearby madrasas.

He confessed that five men and five women Jamaat members are Indonesian. While the rest are local residents.

Later, police teams, along with Faiz Mohammad’s assistance, surrounded the nearby madrasa.

The police also found a Madrasa owner Rahis, a cleric Abdul Malik, Javed Alam, a guide to foreign deposits, and Abdul Malik, a mosque caretaker there, and all are said to be Indians.

The police team led by Sub-Inspector Babita Sharma apprehended Hardin, Abdul Azis, Jabir Nooruddin Tanda, Supriyad, Salauddin (five Indonesian-born Tablighi Jamaat members) and five Indonesian women — Muniroh, Fatima Asri, Honey Mansaja Pasandig, CT Hadizah and Busrah.

The women admitted that they had reached India from Indonesia, and they also went to the Markaz Tablighi Jamaat headquarters in Nizamuddin, Delhi.

According to District Police Spokesperson Sohanveer Singh Solanki: “A criminal case has been registered against all under the sections of the including Pandemic Act, 7 Foreign Acts, and Disaster Management Act.”

Solanki said since some of them are suspected to be infected with coronavirus, they have been sent to a quarantine home.

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