Eight citizens of Kyrgyzstan, members of Tablighi Jamaat movement, who have been quarantined in Bidar (India), have been booked for visa rules violations. Outlook India media outlet reports.
According to a police spokesman, they had come on a tourist visa but are reported to be engaged in religious activities, which is a violation of the visa rules.
The eight Kyrgyzstanis, including Tashmatov Tilek and Anaraliev Begaly, had come to India on March 10 and stayed in mosques in Bidar for a few days to carry out Islamic missionary activities.
The Kyrgyzstanis have been quarantined at a rest house near Ratkalpura mosque.