The Pakistan army sealed Islamabad’s Bhara Kahu
Pakistan Army seals Islamabad’s Bhara Kahu on Wednesday after multiple cases of coronavirus tested positive. When a number of members of Tablighi Jammat were diagnosed with coronavirus, the Islamabad administration decided to ban the movement of people in Bhara Kahu’s Kot Hathyal, but these cases were not confirmed by the National Health ministry.
Hamza Shafqat (Islamabad Deputy Commissioner) confirmed 16 cases. On Wednesday soldiers were deployed by the army and announcements are made through megaphones that the area was completely sealed. An official of Islamabad police said that around 11 members of Tablighi Jamaat were tested positive, who were staying in the mosque, Bhara Kahu. They had met dozens of people in the area. “The entire area has been turned into quarantine and the people of the area will be tested,” he said. About 25000 people were gathered in the fifth Tabhligi Ijtema held at raiwand. In Karachi, four people were diagnosed with the virus, who had attended this Ijtima.
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