They were booked for allegedly violating the lockdown orders imposed to combat the coronavirus threat. (Photo Credit: IANS/Representational)
Twelve Tablighi Jamaat members from Nepal who were quarantined at a mosque here were on Saturday booked for allegedly violating the lockdown orders imposed to combat the coronavirus threat, police said.
The twelve were quarantined at a local mosque under Kotwali police station area some day ago but were found violating the lockdown orders, they said.
A case under various sections of the IPC and the Epidemic Diseases Act was registered against them, police said.