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Tablighi Jamaat: MEA says 1,095 look out circulars deleted, 630 foreign members left India


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Tablighi Jamaat: MEA says 1,095 look out circulars deleted, 630 foreign members left India

NEW DELHI: As many as 1,095 look out circulars have been deleted and 630 foreign members of the Tablighi Jamaat have left India, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday. On the issue of foreign Tablighi Jamaat members stuck in India for violating visa rules and pandemic restrictions, MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said the…

NEW DELHI: As many as 1,095 explore out circulars were deleted and 630

foreign participants

of the

Tablighi Jamaat

devour left India, the Ministry of External Affairs acknowledged on Thursday.

On the direct of foreign Tablighi Jamaat participants stuck in India for violating visa principles and

pandemic

restrictions,

MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava

acknowledged the ministry has been actively facilitating their consular secure admission to, deletion of LOCs and level-headed repatriation to their respective countries.

“We devour kept the respective foreign embassies urged by your complete process,” he acknowledged.

“As of August 24, 1,095 explore out circulars (LOCs) were deleted and 630 foreign participants of the Tablighi Jamaat devour left India,” he acknowledged at an on-line media briefing.

These participants of the Tablighi Jamaat were charged under the Foreigners Act for indulging in activities that were incompatible with their visa space, he acknowledged.

Therefore, for such activities, appropriate class of visa has to be sought, Srivastava acknowledged.

To a separate query on whether or no longer External Affairs Minister

S Jaishankar

will participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO) foreign ministers’ meeting subsequent month, Srivastava acknowledged the minister has received an invite for the meeting to be held in Moscow and a possibility on his participation may perhaps presumably perhaps presumably be made known as soon because it’s miles taken.

On whether or no longer the

Kerala

authorities had sought MEA’s popularity of signing an MoU with the UAE Crimson Crescent Authority – an NGO — for a project, Srivastava acknowledged no such approval had been taken.



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