Amidst the lockdown, the month of the holy Ramadan of Muslims has began and within the meantime stories of the Yogi authorities banning azaan have come out. These information are being unfold on social media and a few persons are claiming that the Yogi authorities in Uttar Pradesh has banned the azaan from mosques. Although this declare is baseless, there isn’t any ban on Ajan from the UP authorities.
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It is reported that there isn’t any ban on azaan from mosques throughout Ramadan in Uttar Pradesh. However, there’s a prohibition on providing Namaz in mosques. Uttar Pradesh's Minority Welfare Minister Nand Gopal Gupta 'Nandi' has stated that the federal government has not imposed any restriction on Ajan. <! –
Mohsin Raza, the Minister of State for Minority Welfare, additionally denied the ban on Ajan. He stated, 'Ajan is going on all over the place. The clerics who reside within the mosque provide prayers on time. There is a name for the Azaan Muslim neighborhood to inform the time of Namaz, Sehri and Iftar, there isn’t any query of ban on it.
Abha Nath Tripathi, the PRO of DGP Hitesh Chandra Awasthi has additionally confirmed that there isn’t any restriction on providing prayers from the mosque following the federal government directions in a sluggish voice. He additionally stated that policemen are continuously interesting to Muslims by way of non secular leaders and privately to take precaution and skim Namaz from their houses.
Ajan is banned in Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur district. DM of the district has additionally confirmed this. He stated, "We have not received any instruction from the government to allow Ajan, which has led to the ban." At the identical time, Mohsin Raza, Minister of State within the matter, says that why the District Magistrate in Ghazipur took such a choice, it will likely be investigated. He stated that there isn’t any ban on Ajan from the federal government and solely confusion is being unfold about it.