(Kairana) Shamli, 23 April: The Delhi Crime Branch has raided a luxurious farmhouse of Nizamuddin Markaz ( an epicenter of coronavirus infection in India) head Maulana Mohammad Saad located in Kandhla town of Shamli district of Uttar Pradesh on Thrusday, along with obtaining much important information, police said.
Nizamuddin Markaz chief Maulana Mohammed Saad and the people of his Tablighi Jamaat are under constant scrutiny by the Delhi Police for spreading coronavirus infection across the country.
A team from Delhi Crime Branch reached Shamli on Thursday morning. After that in the afternoon, raid was conducted in the farm house of Maulana Saad, a resident of Kandhla, police informed.
The police told that the crime branch team has been investigating the farmhouse for more than an hour. The police team has closed the gate of the farm house. At the moment no one is allowed to visit there. The team of the Crime Branch is also trying to gather information about the work of Maulana, documents and people visiting here in the farm.
According to the information, a team of five people including Delhi Crime Branch and the IO of this case is conducting this raid with Kandhla police. The team entered the farm house at 12.35 am and was still in the farm. The Crime Branch team is busy taking answers to other questions including the movement of Maulana Saad from the people present inside the premises of the farm house.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Vineet Jaiswal said that the crime branch team has initiated action in the search of Maulana Saad and gathering other information. People present in Maulana Saad’s farm house are being questioned.
It is noteworthy that a three-day Tabligi Jamaat was organized in Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi last March.
Thousands of followers from India and abroad by violating the Delhi authorities pointers on sustaining social distancing due to coronavirus outbreak, gathered in Markaz. Many of these Jamaat people were found to be infected with coronavirus.
Later, they went to different states and districts of the country, due to which families and other people, who came in direct contact with these Jamaatis, were also infected.
However, many people, including Maulana Saad, have been booked by the Delhi Crime Branch. Since then, Maulana Saad has been missing from Markaz and since then he is being searched.
Recently, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has also registered a case of money laundering on the head of Markaz. In order to get answers to all these cases, the Delhi Crime Branch team has raided Maulana Saad’s farm house in Kandhla.