Qawwali Corona Wali: Adorned with thousands, notes rained on MP Jalil

Digital Desk, Aurangabad. MIM MP Imtiaz Jaleel is now caught in a new case after allegations of misbehaving with the Deputy Commissioner of Labor. The Korena rules were publicly flouted in the qawwali ceremony organized at Amber Farm House in Daulatabad for the members of the social media website One Vice-One Majlis on behalf of the former faction leader of the MNP, Nasser Siddiqui. There was a loud thumping without wearing a mask on the mouth. Not only this, the enthusiastic members also rained notes on MP Jalil. Daulatabad police reached the spot and got the program closed. Later an offense was registered against 60 people of MIM under various sections.

Markets are being kept closed on Saturdays and Sundays along with imposing restrictions in the district from June 29 to prevent the risk of Delta Plus infection. In such a situation, MIM MP Imtiaz Jalil attended a qawwali gathering decorated in the presence of citizens on Saturday night at a farm house in Daulatabad as the chief guest at 10 pm. The workers openly violated the rules of distance of two yards. Nobody was even wearing a mask. The gathering continued till midnight. The enthusiastic workers also rained notes on MP Jalil and other dignitaries.

And the police reached the spot
As soon as the information about the beginning of the Qawwali program amidst strict restrictions, the Inspector Rajshree of the Daulatabad Police Station, along with the subordinates, immediately reached the spot and got the program closed. In this regard, in the Daulatabad police station, the organizer of the event, Sahel Zakkiuddin, former group leader of the MNP, Nasir Siddiqui, Sameer Sajed Builder, Tajuddin Sheikh, Rafiq Khan Kaleem Khan, has been booked for offenses under sections 188, 269, 270 and IPC. were recorded. The police is doing a thorough investigation into who was involved in the gathering.

What is happening in this tourist city?
Corona restrictions are being blown openly by decorating the gatherings of Qawwali in the city. It is shameful to take part in this, MP Jalil. The question is whether the District Magistrate Sunil Chavan and the Police Commissioner, who are harassing the common man by cutting the challan, will take cognizance? If this does not happen, then MNS will enter the field in protest against it. – Suhas Dashrathe, MNS District President


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