Tablighi Jamaat attendees throw feces and urine on doctors in hospital, behaving like demon

In the past, demons used to throw feces and urine on sages. Today, Tablighi Jamaat attendees, who are currently under medical observation at a Ghaziabad hospital, are spitting and throwing feces and urine on doctors. They hurled feces in the Narela camp the day before yesterday.

In yet another incident, they allegedly threw bottles filled with urine from a quarantine center in Sector 16 in Dwarka. However, the FIR has been registered against them. In modern times, these people are turning into demons by making vulgar signs and roaming nude inside the hospital.

“At around 6 pm, civil defence personnel deputed at quarantine centre situated at DUSIB flats 16 B Dwarka, came to me and intimated that two bottles were lying in the open area (pump house) which appeared to be filled with urine. It is assumed that the same (bottles) have been thrown by the suspects under quarantine in DUSIB flats,” the FIR stated.

The intention behind the indecent activity of throwing bottles filled with urine may be to spread coronavirus among other people, the FIR added.

These people should be ashamed as they are defecating in the hospital where patients are treated. They are misbehaving with doctors as if doctors and nurses are their enemies. It seems that they are bent upon spreading the coronavirus in the country.

The situation at the quarantine facilities is getting from bad to worse where Jamaati patients have been put under observation. They have been roaming around without their pants, nude, and listening to vulgar songs.

These patients were asking for cigarettes from the housekeeping staff and making vulgar signs at nurses. “In such circumstances, it is difficult to treat these patients,” the senior medical official said.

A few days back, thousands of people gathered at Tablighi Jamaat event which was held at Nizamuddin Markaz mosque located in Nizamuddin West in South Delhi. Upon receiving information about the gathering, Police reached the spot and took them to quarantine centres. 

Earlier, taking his anger out at Markaz people, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thakeray said that that there is no point of treating people who gathered at the Tablighi Jamaat event in large numbers, and rather they should be shot dead instead.

Taking strong objection of the incident, the task of medical screening has been handed over to the Indian Army. Now, the Indian Army has come forward to take the responsibility of screening duties in the Narela camp.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.