'No need for CBI probe in Markaz case', Centre tells Supreme Court
New Delhi: In an affidavit filed before the Supreme Court on Friday by the Central Government in relation to the Nizamuddin Markaz case, it is said that the matter is being investigated as per law and all efforts are being made to submit a report in a time bound manner.
Also, the Center has said in its affidavit that there is no need for a CBI inquiry in the Nizamuddin Markaz case. In its affidavit center rejected the claim that Delhi police is not doing its job properly.
“Probe by Delhi Police Crime Branch into Tablighi Jamat event at Nizamuddin Markaz at an advanced stage. It will be completed in time bound manner, hence plea for CBI probe does not merit any consideration,” the Centre said in an affidavit.
The central government has banned the travel of foreign nationals who have been illegally involved in the activities of Tabligi Jamaat to India for 10 years. These people came on a tourist visa and took part in the religious program.
The affidavit filed by center before Supreme Court and clarified the work done in Nizzamuddin Markaz case and said the inquiry is being done on daily basis.
Foreigners blacklisted include citizens of Nigeria, Mali, Myanmar, Thailand, Tanzania, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Djibouti, UK, South, Africa, Bangladesh, Australia and Nepal. From Telangana to UP-Bihar and Jharkhand, foreigners were caught from many mosques in various states.
Delhi police filed multiple charge sheets against Nizamuddin Markaz chief Maulana Saad and members of Tabligi Jamaat members.