Fundamental Rights of Azan Muslims: High Court

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Ghazipur On Friday, the High Court pronounced its reserve determination on a petition filed by MP Afzal Ansari within the Ajan case.

This info was given by MP Representative Shivkumar Rai. The High Court, in its judgment, disagreed with the arguments made by Advocate General Manish Goyal on behalf of the federal government, saying that Ajan is a elementary proper of Muslims. This can’t be stopped.

Petition of Baz MP Afzal Ansari of Ghazipur

In its judgment, the High Court stated that so far as the usage of loudspeakers in Ajan is anxious, the involved mosques can use it solely with permission from the executive authorities, they can’t use loudspeakers with out permission. <! –

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                 It is understood that throughout the lockdown in Ghazipur district, the District Magistrate had verbally refused for Ajan throughout Roza within the mosque.

The present MP additionally wrote a letter to Yogi and Modi

On this, MP Afzal Ansari wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and CM Yogi and the Chief Justice of the High Court, pleading for justice. The High Court took discover of the letter of the MP and gave discover to the Government and after listening to each the events reserved the choice.

Instructions for giving info to all of the District Magistrates

In the judgment given today, the High Court High Court ordered the Registrar General to ship a replica of this determination to the Chief Secretary, Uttar Pradesh in order that the DM of your complete state can get this info.

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