Tablighi Jamaat Markaz Chief Maulana Saad On Coronavirus Outbreak: The Pandemic Is The Allah's Punishment On Human Sins

Bhavna Acharya |Apr 04, 2020

In a current audio message, Maulana Mohammad Saad has stated that the sins of mankind are to blame for this COVID-19 tragedy and that Allah was angry.

Recently, the chief of Nizamuddin Markaz Maulana Saad has made a statement referring to the coronavirus as a consequence of our human sins. Later on, in an attempt to reverse the situation, the running away Maulana has insisted on his followers obeying rules passed by the government and adopting lockdown. 

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Tablighi Jamaat Markaz chief Maulana Saad blames human sins for the novel pandemic

In his previous audio message, Maulana Saad expressed his strong belief that it was the sins of humankind that the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Since its first detection in China in late 2019, the novel coronavirus now has spread all over the globe with over 200 countries being affected. More than 1 million people from all around the world have contracted the virus, including more than 2000 cases in India. Through the message, Maulana Mohammad Saad implied that Allah was so furious at our sins that he used this novel coronavirus as a punishment. 

Indian police service has sent different teams to trace down the absconding Maulana Saad in Delhi and UP. Later on, he has taken an u-turn from the previous statement asking Jamaat members to neglect lockdown regulations announced by the Indian Government. According to the latest audio message, he even talked people into complying with doctors’ guidance. The Markaz chief also claimed that he was following instructions and practicing quarantine himself. 

 As a matter of fact, the accused Mohammad Saad’s whereabouts still remain unknown to us, despite multiple attempts by the police to track him down. Previously, In his controversial audio announcement, Saad encouraged his followers to continue assembling in masjids, which he considered the best place to die in case of people worrying about death. Saad carried on saying following the doctor's instructions to avoid prayers, meeting people were things you shouldn't do at that very moment. Based on his belief, no medical intervention could save us from this disease since it was given by Allah.

Following the instructions given by the Delhi govt, on March 24, Markaz authorities confirmed to have evacuated premises in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak. However, the message from  Mohammad Saad seemed to tell a different story.

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More than 50 coronavirus cases were found relating to Nizamuddin Markaz

With an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus, the government has identified the number of people having visited Makaz and evacuated a total of 2,361 people. Among those who have taken part in the gathering, hundreds have been tested positive to the coronavirus. Symptoms of this virus continue to occur with more than 600 others.

Maulana Muhammad Saad Kandhlawi is famous for being the Tablighi Jamat founder Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi’s great-grandson. Muhammad Saad is a preacher as well as an Indian Muslim scholar. He is now 54 years old.

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