New Delhi: The Gurgaon administration Tuesday withdrew the permission for Muslims to supply namaz at eight of the 37 public locations designated as prayer websites, ANI reported. The administration mentioned that there have been “objections” from the native residents due to which the permission was withdrawn, and added that “permission won’t be given” at different websites too if related objections had been raised there.
“Consent from the administration is critical for namaz in any public and open place,” the Gurgaon authorities mentioned, including, “If native individuals have objections at different locations additionally, permission won’t be given to providing namaz there too.”
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A committee comprising the Gurgaon sub divisional Justice of the Peace, an assistant commissioner of police, and members of spiritual organisations and civil society teams will work in the direction of resolving the difficulty and guaranteeing that native residents don’t face any drawback in providing prayers, the administration mentioned.4 of the eight websites are Bengali Basti (Sector 49), Block V of DLF Section 3, Surat Nagar Section 1 and an space close to the DLF Sq. Tower on Jacaranda Marg.
The opposite websites are on the outskirts of Kherki Majra and Daulatabad villages, close to the Ramgarh village in Sector 68, and an space between Rampur village and Nakhrola Street. Namaz may be provided, the administration mentioned, at mosques or eidgahs (or open-air prayer websites), or at the remainder of the 29 non-public or designated websites.
The administration mentioned the committee talked about above, constituted by Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner Yash Garg, would maintain discussions on figuring out locations to supply namaz, and in addition guarantee namaz just isn’t provided on roads or public locations, and that consent is taken from native residents on the time of designating a spot as a prayer website.
On a number of events over the previous few weeks, residents of some Gurgaon neighbourhoods and members of right-wing teams have protested in opposition to Friday namaz at public grounds.
“Locals staged a protest in opposition to Friday namaz at a floor in Sector 47 for the fourth consecutive week by performing puja. Efforts are ongoing for an answer, together with discovering an alternate place for namaz,” ACP Aman Yadav had mentioned.
“Earlier additionally two rounds (of talks) had been held below the chairmanship of the Sub Divisional Justice of the Peace (Badshahpur). We’re making efforts to discover a resolution and resolve the difficulty amicably,” he added.
Sector 47 residents had claimed that the bottom in query had been provided for prayers just for at some point.
“The residents have proven us the checklist which was issued three years in the past. Now we have to confirm the checklist from our finish additionally. If the bottom had been given to the Muslim group for a single day, then the administration will take essential motion,” ACP Yadav mentioned.
In response to the ANI report, the administration has additionally known as upon non secular communities to take care of legislation and order; intensive safety preparations have been made by the police on this regard, it mentioned.