Ggm: This time, trucks parked at Namaz spot as disruptions go on
Millennium Post Delhi|December 04, 2021
AMONG 20 DETAINEES, ONE AGAINST WHOM PLAINT FILED DAYS AGO BUT NO FIR
PIYUSH OHRIE

GURUGRAM: In what has now become a weekly affair in Gurugram now, where public spaces for Muslim devotees to offer prayers has been shrinking with the administration succumbing to pressures of rogue right-wing Hindu outfits, protesters under the banner of Sanyukt Sanghrsh Hindu Samiti disrupted public prayers at Sector-37 yet again this Friday — as the police detained around 20 of the — following which some parts of the designated plot were freed up for Namaz.

Significantly, among those that were detained on Friday was also Dinesh Bharti of Bharat Mata Vahini, against whom the Gurugram Police had days ago received a complaint for disturbing religious harmony —which is yet to be converted into an FIR by the authorities. The complaint was filed by the Jamaat-e-Ulema Hind, which had also accused other members of Hindu outfits of disrupting social and religious harmony.

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