India boycotts 'super-spreaders', over 2000 foreign Tablighis banned for 10 years

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Branded as the ‘super-spreaders’, over 2000 foreign tablighis have been banned from entering India for the next 10 years. This is considered to be a huge decision by the Centre. These tablighis were the attendees of Nizamuddin’s Markaz event in the state of Delhi. BJP spokesperson, Amit Malviya says, ‘This should have been done long ago’. For the first time ever the Indian government has taken such an unprecedented action for foreigners, which is implemented with completely right earnest and sent a big message to the entire global community, particularly if religious preachers.

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