Jamia Nagar; Muslims come forward to halt destruction of a temple

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Muslims Come Forward To Halt Destruction Of Delhi Temple

The dharamshala next to the temple nearby Delhi High Court was recently demolished by some miscreants in the Locality. The builder/miscreants are trying to disturb the brotherhood and harmony among the hindus and muslims. While the area is majorly muslim dominated both communities have been living peacefully for years. The court later ordered the police to establish law and order and make sure no encroachment is made to the temple.

 

A Dharamshala and temple in Noor Nagar nearby Delhi HC was demolished by some miscreants around midnight of September 20. It was attempted with a motive to disturb the brotherhood and harmony among the Hindus and Muslims. Besides, Jamia Nagar is majorly Muslim-dominated, both communities have peaceful relations for years. The court ordered on the petition by Muslims, to establish law and order and ensure no more encroachment and demolition. 
 

Mon, 27 Sep 2021 - 07:11 PM / by Muskan Arora

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