SHILLONG, May 19 - Two Tablighi Jamaat members arrived here on Monday evening from New Delhi and were sent to home quarantine after being screened and tested.
The duo was stranded in New Delhi due to the ongoing lockdown after they had attended a religious congregation at Hazrat Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi, the Shillong Markaz stated here today.
Although seven persons from Meghalaya attended the Nizamuddin meet, five are still to arrive in the State. �Two of them arrived in Shillong on Monday in a bus arranged by the Meghalaya Government from the Inter-State Bus Terminus in Guwahati, Assam,� Anwar Ali of Shillong Markaz said.
Ali said that the duo travelled from the national capital to Guwahati in a bus and thereafter, reached the State capital. �Both were screened by Health officials at the entry point and on arrival here, they were taken to the Shillong Civil Hospital for further testing,� Ali said.
He said that both these members are now in home quarantine. Relatives of the two members have informed about the arrival of these two persons to the local police station here.
On the other five members who are yet to return, Ali said three are in their native places in Assam and two others are in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.