New Delhi: AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi reacted to FIR filed by Moradabad Police in opposition to 26 individuals from Chhajlet space for gathering at two native villagers’ properties for providing namaz. Authorities mentioned individuals had gathered to supply namaz in a home with none prior permission. “They had been warned in the past not to engage in such practice in their homes, following objections from neighbors from another community,” Superintendent of (Rural) Police, Moradabad, Sandeep Kumar Meena advised AFP. ‘IANS.
In response to this information, Asaduddin Owaisi cited the Supreme Court’s ordinance on namaz and mentioned the prayer could be provided anyplace.
“The Supreme Court has said that ‘namaz’ can be offered anywhere. Why is there any objection to offering ‘namaz’ at home? It is an injustice,” he mentioned. declared, quoted by the ANI.
On his Twitter account, he additionally tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tweet and requested if Muslims have been now not allowed to supply namaz of their properties.
Muslims in India can now not pray at dwelling? Will you want authorities/police permission to pray now? @Narendra Modi: Who ought to reply this query, when will Muslims be handled as second class residents within the nation?
— Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) August 28, 2022
According to the police, an FIR was registered beneath IPC 505-2 (assertion main to public mischief in an meeting engaged within the efficiency of non secular worship) in opposition to 16 recognized and 10 unidentified individuals on Chandra Pal’s criticism Singh.
Photos of individuals allegedly praying inside the home in ‘giant numbers’ within the village of Dulhepur had gone viral on social media, following which a number of right-wing activists staged a protest and demanded a police motion.
(With IANS entries)