Hindu man offers his land: There is a dispute regarding open prayer in Sector 12 of Gurugram, there was no prayer, but there was an example of brotherhood. A nearby Hindu youth gave his place to offer Friday prayers, about 20 people offered prayers. This person said that he will also give the roof of his hospital, where every Friday some people can comfortably offer prayers, until the arrangement of the place is not done.
The worshipers in Garugram say that if anyone has any problem with open prayer, then the administration should open the 19 mosques under the Waqf, which are lying closed, so that they can offer prayers in those mosques, along with they have also accused those mosques of illegal occupation. Let us tell you that in the year 2018, when there was a dispute regarding Namaz for the first time, then a demand was made from the Waqf Board, that the Waqf properties in Gurugram should be freed from possession.
For the past several weeks, there has been a dispute in Gurugram regarding the prayer every Friday. People of Hindutva right wing organizations create obstruction in the prayer every Friday. In Sector 12 of Gurugram, where Friday prayers were held, Govardhan Puja was performed on last Friday, and on this Friday, cow dung was scattered at the place of prayer But despite this, Muslim Ulema is talking about peace and harmony.
Hindu man offers his land
In Gurugram’s Sector 12, stones were thrown at the place of offering Namaz, after which Akshay Rao, who lives in the neighborhood, gave his place in view of the problems of the people who came to offer Namaz where about 20 people offered Namaz. This initiative of Akshay Rao is being praised a lot.
Muslim activist Dr. Shujaat Qadri, while welcoming the initiative of Akshay Rao, wrote that “Hate doesn’t have a long life, read this news, it’s a good sign. There is a dispute regarding open prayer in Sector 12 of Gurugram, there was no prayer, but there was an example of brotherhood. A Hindu brother nearby gave his place to offer Friday prayers, about 20 people offered prayers.”