Management of the newly-opened Lulu mall in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow, filed an FIR after some peopled offered namaz inside the premises. Reportedly, the FIR was filed against unidentified persons for "obstructing visitors", at Sushant Golf City police station, on July 14. Notably, the mall was inaugurated by CM Yogi Adityanath on July 10, and opened for visitors on July 11.
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On the occasion of Eid-Al-Adha, hundreds of devotees gathered at Delhi's Jama Masjid and offered 'Namaz', on July 10. Eid-Al-Adha often known as Bakra Eid is an event of joy, peace and sacrifice, celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu-al-hijjah, the 12th month of the Islamic Lunar calendar. This year, Muslims across India are celebrating the event on July 10. With Eid-Al-Adha, the annual Holy-Hajj, the pilgrimage of Islam ends.
In Aligarh, a lawsuit has been filed against Mahamandaleshwar Annapurna Bharti, alias Pooja Shakun Pandey, national secretary of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, for making a statement calling for a ban on namaaz. A notice from the Additional City Magistrate of Aligarh has also been issued against her. On June 6, Pandey responded apologizing if telling the truth had offended anyone's religious beliefs. She disputed that her comment was "… read-more
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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar on December 10, said that offering namaz in public places will not be tolerated. "I have told the police to resolve the issue. There is no problem with people offering namaz at their designated place... The issue will be resolved amicably," he mentioned. However, Gurugram administration withdrew its permission to offer namaz at eight out of 37 sites in November.
Days after some Muslim youths offered namaz at a temple in UP's Mathura, four Hindu youths recited Hanuman Chalisa and raised 'Jay Shree Ram' slogans at a mosque in the district. Soon after the act, the youths were arrested by the district police under the charges of disturbing peace in the area. However, the… read-more
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Hindu outfits have demanded an arrest of four individuals, including two Muslims youths, for allegedly offering namaz inside a temple complex in Mathura district of UP. The matter surfaced after a photo became viral on social media, which also sparked outrage from Hindu groups. According to police, the four individuals belonged to an NGO and were en route to Delhi when the incident happened. Reportedly, rituals were performed to "… read-more
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On the grounds of hurting religious faith, an FIR has been filed against four men in Mathura after two men offered namaz in Nandmahal temple while the other two recorded it. The incident took place on October 31 in the Barsana district of Mathura. The two men who offered namaz has been identified as Faisal Khan and Mohammed Chand who went inside the temple by forging their identity.
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