High Court New Decision on Praying in the Mosque during Corona
Corona is creating a worrying situation across the country. The second wave of the killer virus broke all past records and gradually ascended. In this situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already said that the lockdown cannot be carried out to curb the corona infection. Instead, he has relied on public awareness.
However, experts have already predicted that political and religious gatherings could also become one of the sources of the corona at the moment. In several states, the Election Commission has called for strict adherence to the Corona rule at political rallies. On the other hand, the administration is also being strict so that religious gatherings do not become a source of the corona at this moment.
Similarly, the Delhi High Court has denied permission for more than 50 people to perform prayers at the Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi this Ramadan. Justice Prithiba M Singh allowed the Station House Officer of Nizamuddin Police Station to offer Namaz five times a day on the first floor of Bangli Wali Mosque. The rest of the floor was forbidden to be used for prayers. However, the court directed that a maximum of 50 people will be able to join the prayers.
It is to be noted that the corona’s power in the country’s capital is becoming increasingly terrible. A curfew has already been imposed on the weekend by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The ban will run from 10 pm on Friday to 8 am on Monday. During that time, all markets, gyms, auditoriums, and shopping malls have been asked to close except for essential goods and services.
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