Delhi Minorities Commission instructed CM Kejriwal – Do not cease at mosques, it’s disappointing

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The Delhi Minorities Commission on Friday wrote a letter to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying that they’ve obtained data that policemen in some areas have requested to cease the mosque providing throughout lockdown. He urged the federal government to not ban Ajan. In a letter to the Lieutenant Governor and the Chief Minister, the Chairman of the Commission Zafarul Islam Khan stated that these experiences got here from areas like Dwarka and South Delhi. First spherical trial of plasma remedy in Delhi, encouraging outcomes, folks get better from corona donate blood: Kejriwal

The chairman of the fee stated that the restrictions imposed on the corona virus are being adopted fastidiously in all mosques of Delhi and not more than 4 individuals are being allowed to supply Namaz in any mosque concurrently. <! –

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                 He stated, "This issue raised about Ajan in the beginning of the Pak month of Ramadan is very disappointing because Muslims start their fast only after listening to Ajan and they open the Roza only after hearing the Ajan of the evening." Khan stated in his assertion that loudspeakers have been eliminated by policemen from some mosques. The fee has issued a discover to the Deputy Commissioners of Police of Dwarka and South Delhi districts, asking them to supply a replica of any such round and if not, permit Ajan within the mosques in these areas. Delhi authorities ought to begin helpline to assist the aged: High Court

Meanwhile, Delhi Police stated that Ajan has been allowed as per the rules of the National Green Tribunal however folks have been urged to comply with the lockdown norms throughout Ramadan. This police attraction comes after a video surfaced on social media through which two policemen are allegedly telling those that as per the order of the Lieutenant Governor, Ajan has not been allowed within the lockdown. In one other letter collectively written by Khan and Commission member Kartar Singh Kochhar, he raised the problem of the "plight" of individuals housed in segregated habitat facilities designed for Corona virus suspects in Delhi. CM Kejriwal declares, circumstances are growing constantly, so no rest in lockdown but

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