Wednesday, March 27, 2024
HomeLifestyleMosques Coated With Tarpaulin In 2 UP Districts Forward Of Holi

Mosques Coated With Tarpaulin In 2 UP Districts Forward Of Holi

Mosques Covered With Tarpaulin In 2 UP Districts Ahead Of Holi

9 mosques in two Uttar Pradesh districts have been coated with tarpaulin.

Aligarh/Sambhal (UP):

At the least 9 mosques in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh and Sambhal districts have been coated with tarpaulin sheets forward of Holi to stop them from being smeared with colors, police stated on Sunday.

The step was taken after talks with spiritual leaders to take care of regulation and order scenario, police officers stated.

In Aligarh, not less than two mosques have been coated. One in all them is Halwaaiyan mosque within the Sabzi Mandi space, and the opposite is positioned at Delhi Gate, Circle Officer (Metropolis) Abhay Pandey informed reporters.

Mr Pandey stated {that a} flag march was performed within the delicate areas with a message of peace and police pickets have been arrange within the outdated metropolis areas.

In Sambhal, the district administration, in settlement with the Muslim group, has coated some mosques with tarpaulin sheets to keep away from dispute.

Further Superintendent of Police (North) Shrish Chandra informed PTI that like final yr, six-seven mosques in Sambhal have additionally been coated with tarpaulin with mutual consent, as a result of splashing of colors typically result in disputes.

Circle Officer (Sambhal) Anuj Kumar Chaudhary informed PTI that the district administration has coated the mosques on the routes the place Holi is performed.

Patron of Muslim Merchants Group, Ehtesham Ahmed, stated that final yr additionally a number of mosques in Sambhal together with Bazaar Mosque, Nakhasha Mosque and the one positioned on Arya Samaj Highway have been coated to take care of peace within the metropolis.

Overlaying the mosques by the administration is an effective step for sustaining peace, he added. 

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments