Indian Muslims are urged not to cause conflict with other religious communities.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, NEW DELHI — Amid the chaos of the Gyanvapi Mosque, the organization indian muslims On Wednesday (5/18/2022), Prominent Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind appealed to the public not to take to the streets over this issue and avoid all kinds of public protests.
The Gyanvapi Mosque is adjacent to the iconic Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi and a local court heard a group of five Hindu women seek permission from the court to pray daily in front of idols on its exterior walls.
In a statement, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind chairman Maulana Mahmood Madani said some rogue elements and biased media had tried to create discord between the two communities by stirring up religious emotions.
“In such a situation, Jamiat appeals to all Indians, especially Indian Muslims, not to take to the streets because of problems Gyanvapi Masjid Mosque and all kinds of public demonstrations should be avoided,” he said. New Indian ExpressThursday (5/19/2022).
The Anjuman Intezamia Mosque Management Committee is a party to the case in various state courts and it is believed that they will fight hard for the case to the end. “Other organizations in the country are requested not to intervene directly in this case before any court. If they want to provide assistance or assistance in this case, they can do so through the mosque’s intezamiya committee,” Jamiat said.
Scholars, scholars, television speakers and debaters are urged to refrain from participating in debates and discussions on this issue. Because according to Jamiat, provocative debates and speeches on social networks are not at all in the interest of the state.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) publicity officer Sunil Ambekar addressed the issue of Gyanvapi during a speech at the annual event held here by the organization to honor journalists. “Some facts are revealed. I believe we should let the facts come out openly. After all, the truth always finds a way to be revealed. How long can you hide it? facts from a proper perspective before society,” Amber said.
The same was expressed by Unity Minister Sanjeev Balyan who was also present at the event. Balyan said he became emotional when he learned of the Hindu relics found in the mosque compound.
“I was in Varanasi when this incident happened. I was moved. But I was even more upset when a reporter told me that Nandi (the sacred cow on which Lord Shiva rides) was waiting Shiva for centuries. My eyes filled with tears. . That’s why journalism is important. It can make people emotional,” Balyan said.
On Monday, the Varanasi court ordered the sealing of a swimming pool in the Gyanvapi Mosque compound after lawyers representing the Hindu petitioners said Shivling was found there during a court-mandated video investigation.
However, a member of the mosque’s management committee denied the claim, saying it was part of a fountain mechanism in the ‘wazookhana’ tank where worshipers perform ablutions before performing prayers.
The mosque is located close to the iconic Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi and the court listened to pleas from a group of women seeking permission to pray daily in front of the idols on its outer walls. The seal was later lifted by the Supreme Court.
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