Joint Secretary of the Committee SM Yasin appealed for the Friday prayers not to come to the mosque.
Varanasi: The Anjuman Interzamia Mosque Committee, which manages the Varanasi Enlightenment Mosque, asked the devotees not to visit the mosque in large numbers for Friday prayers but to offer prayers in the respective areas.
Joint secretary of the committee, SM Yasin, had appealed the court’s order on May 16 before Friday’s prayer. Wuju Khana (Ablution Tank) There was a ‘Shivalinga’ superficial. Later, the Supreme Court told the district to “protect” the place but emphasized that it must be done without restricting the rights of Muslims.
Yasin said the devotees were having problems with the Vuju khana and toilets being closed on a court order and asked people to pray in their areas this Friday. Still those who come to the mosque could come home wuzu.
The committee officials assured the devotees that they were trying to find a solution to this problem.
An application has already been filed in the local court to consider the relocation of water supply pipelines Wuju Khana, To the outer area of the protected area in the mosque. The court will consider the appeal on May 23.
Currently, District Collector Kaushal Raj Sharma said two water drums have been arranged for the Wuju before the prayers of the devotees. At a meeting with religious leaders on Thursday, Sharma stressed that police officers have been ordered to make adequate security arrangements for prayers and that they should ensure that no provocative speeches are given.
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