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Uproar over the ban on girls in Jama Masjid, VHP surrounded Owaisi, asked- Where are you Bhaijaan

The matter of banning the entry of girls alone in the historic of the national capital Delhi has caught fire. On one hand, where some people are justifying this decision of the Management, on the other hand, some are seeing it linked to the discrimination against women in religious places. The National Commission for Women has also taken this matter seriously.

Commission Chairperson Rekha Sharma said that we are taking suo motu cognizance of this matter, it is a serious matter. Soon, further action will be taken on this. According to sources in the National Commission for Women, a notice in this regard will be issued to the management on behalf of the Commission. Also, along with seeking clarification on this whole matter, a warning will also be given not to discriminate against women in any way.

At the same time, the Jama Masjid Management has given a strange argument regarding the decision to ban the entry of girls in the mosque. The Jama Masjid management says that there is no restriction on the entry of women. Entry of only single women is restricted as girls have fun and shoot videos in this religious place. To stop all this, the management has taken this step. The mosque management says no restrictions have been imposed on families or married couples.

At the same time, has questioned Hyderabad MP in this matter. VHP spokesperson Vinod Bansal, describing Owaisi as a provocateur, has said in a sarcastic tone that he takes Muslim girls to the Prime Minister’s chair and they are being prevented from entering the mosque as well. Where are you brother

this is the case

The entry of girls alone in Delhi’s Jama Masjid was banned. The Jama Masjid management has duly issued orders in this regard and pasted its copies (plates) on the gate of the mosque. It is written in it that the entry of girls into Jama Masjid alone is prohibited. This type of strip is fixed on all the three doors of the mosque. The matter has caught fire as soon as it comes to the fore.

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