The Saudi Nationals eleven in number who were stranded at Delhi for last about 4 months have been ordered to be deported back to their country as per law vide order dated 10-07-2020 passed by the Court of Ms. Gurmohina Kaur, CMM, South East, Saket Courts, Delhi after their plea bargaining application was accepted by the Concerned MM Court of Sh. Ashish Gupta, Saket Court Delhi and a fine of Rs. 10,000/- was imposed besides a sentence to remain in court till its rising. Their cases were conducted by Mr. Ajay Garg Advocate from Garg & Garg Advocates. The Crime Branch, Delhi Police had registered case against about 950 belonging to about 40 nationalities (including 11 Saudi Nationals) under Sections 14(b) of Foreigners act, 1946 r/w section 3 of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, r/w section 51 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 r/w section 188/269/270/271 IPC for allegedly involved in Tablighi activities in Nizammuddin Markaz case. Due to Covid 19 and the closure of Courts, the cases against them was not proceedings and they were constrained to stay at Hotels far away from their home and families and they were facing great agony, difficulties and suffering besides financial hardship and were exposed to infection from Corona Virus (numbers in Delhi are increasing astronomically) and they (and their families back home) were also concerned about them. Initially, Mr. Garg filed Writ petition before the Delhi High Court for expeditious disposal of the cases of Saudi Nationals so they could return back to their countries and in the said writ petition, the High Court passed directions to CMM, South East, Delhi for speedy disposal of the cases against the Saudis and other foreign nationals and accordingly, the CMM Court framed a schedule of hearing for foreign nationals country wise and the first order came in the cases of Saudi Nationals after the said trial Courts decided their cases within a period of 10 days from the date they were called upon to decide the case expeditiously.