Letter war over lynching in favour of Indian sentiments? | Seedha Sawal

26 Jul 2019 07:06 PM

Letter war over lynching in favour of Indian sentiments? | Seedha Sawal

Updated 26 Jul 2019 07:06 PM

The Aligarh administration has banned religious activities on roads after some organisations started reciting 'Hanuman Chalisa' and performing 'maha aarti'on the streets every Tuesday in response to Muslims offering namaaz on the roads.

Aligarh District Magistrate C.B. Singh said the ban was also applicable on offering namaaz on roads, but exempted on occasions such as Eid, when a large number of people gather.

He added that no religious activities, including the Friday namaaz, were allowed on roads without any prior permission. He explained that everyone has freedom to follow their religion but at their own places of worship and not on roads.

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