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16 Tablighi Jamaat members booked in Chhattisgarh for hiding travel history

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Sixteen Tablighi Jamaat members were booked on Monday in Korba for allegedly hiding travel history, misleading authorities and putting lives of others at risk, said Abhishek Meena, Korba Superintendent of Police (SP).
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