New Delhi, May 03: The Delhi police in its report said that over 16,000 visited the Tablighi Jamaat’s headquarters in Nizamuddin around the time of the coronavirus outbreak. The in its report said that these persons visited the Jamaat between March 13 and 24.
New Delhi, Apr 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the states are better acquainted with the ground realities.
Speaking at a meeting with the Chief Ministers, Modi said that the states are better acquainted with the ground realities. You can assess the situation best, the PM also told the CMs. Many are facing stigma. Contracting the virus is not a crime or sin and such persons should not be ostracised, the PM also said.
New Delhi, Apr 16: The Tablighi Jamaat came under the scanner after those who attended the congregation in Delhi spread the virus to several others. The agencies have and continue to track several members of the Jamaat who attended the congregation.
New Delhi, Mar 24: With most parts of the country under a lockdown, the government has decided to take stringent measures to ensure that it is strictly followed. Under Section 3 of the Epidemic Disease Act of 1897, there are several penalties prescribed for disobeying any regulation.
New Delhi, Feb 29: Massive stock-piling of arms and mobilisation of mobs is what led to the Delhi violence. The police were caught off guard at such mobilisation and in several instances were outnumbered.
Last Saturday there was palpable tension in Northeast Delhi. There were Intelligence Bureau reports about a possible flare up. However for the Delhi Police it was a catch 22 situation and its 73 reserve battalions were all over the city owing to the visit by US President Donald Trump.
New Delhi, Feb 29: At least 100 legal occupants of apartments in Kashmiri migrants neighbourhoods in Jammu have been served show cause notices.
This exercise has been undertaken to evict such persons and accommodate genuine Kashmiri Pandit migrants in the government built flats. 93 flats are occupied in violation of norms. More than 300 applications are pending with the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) for allotment of accommodation to registered Kashmiri migrants families.
New Delhi, Feb 29: In a major breakthrough the National Investigation Agency has arrested a key person in connection with the Pulwama attack. The Over Ground Worker (OWG) has been identified as a Shakir Bashir Magrey, a resident of Kakapora, Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir.
Bashir a furniture shop owner is accused of providing shelter to the suicide bomber, Adil Ahmad Dar. He is also accused of providing logistics to the bomber. The Pulwama attack had claimed the lives of 40 CRPF jawans.
New Delhi, Feb 25: The Intelligence has found a common link to the violent protests against the citizenship law in Delhi and Aligarh.
The PFI and the Bhim Army have emerged as one of the main suspects in the violence that erupted both in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The details were revealed by the Uttar Pradesh intelligence bureau on the basis of Call Detail Records.
New Delhi, Feb 14: Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have geared themselves up for a possible security situation in the aftermath of reports suggesting that the health of separatist, S A S Geelani is deteriorating.
Sources in the Home Ministry tells OneIndia that Geelani had undergone a health check up and he is fine at the moment. The MHA suspects that these reports could be a ploy on the part of Pakistan to spread rumours and incite trouble in the Valley.
New Delhi, Feb 14: In the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, India has added more fire power to its arsenal. Two months back, India tested the newly acquired GPS guided 155 mm Excalibur artillery shells at Pokhran.