Jama Masjid Row: Jama Masjid administration says, ‘Girls give time to meet here, wrong actions…’

Delhi News: Unmarried girls will not be able to enter the historic Jama Masjid in Delhi. A copy of this notice has been pasted on the walls of the mosque on Thursday. It is being told that this strict decision has been taken in view of the growing chaos in the mosque.

However, now this matter has become heated. Reactions are coming from all over the country on this decision. While on the one hand some people are declaring this decision as correct, on the other hand some people are seeing it in connection with discrimination against women in religious places.

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PRO of Jama Masjid Sabiullah Khan said that girls coming here alone have spoiled the atmosphere. She gives time to boys, comes here and does wrong things. Videos are made, then posted on social media. They are banned to stop those things.

They said you come with your family, pray, married couples come, there is no ban, but give someone time to come here. , consider it a meeting place, consider it a park, make tiktok videos, dance.. not good for any religious place. Be it a mosque, a temple or a Gurdwara.

Swati Maliwal has issued a notice to the Imam of Jama Masjid

Chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women Swati Maliwal has issued a notice to the Imam of Jama Masjid on this matter. While issuing the notice, Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal said that this is a shameful and directly unconstitutional act. It has been written in both Urdu and Hindi languages ​​that from now on the entry of a single girl or girls into the mosque is prohibited. In this regard, it was said on behalf of the Jama Masjid administration that such a decision has been taken keeping in mind the religious norms.

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