Muslims will not give up the right to worship at Gyanvapi and Mathura, Jamiat passed the proposal

In the second day conference of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, a resolution has been passed that Muslims will not give up the claim of Gyanvapi Masjid and Idgah of Mathura. In the second day's working committee meeting, this important proposal was presented by Hafiz Ubaid Ullah. It was supported by the people involved in the conference including Naib Mohtamim Mufti Rashid Azmi of Darul Uloom. Controversies are being raised time and again in this proposal regarding ancient worship places. By doing so, putting the peace of the country at risk, such forces are being supported which will harm the integrity of the country and for the people of the country. In fact, while presenting the proposal, Hafiz Ubaid Ullah Banarsi said, 'A campaign is being launched against Gyanvapi Mosque and other places of worship including the historical Idgah.'

Naib Mohtamim of Darul Uloom said, 'Told on the shrines that Jamiat has played an important role in the independence of the country. When the British occupied the country, at that time it seemed that the British would eliminate all the places of worship. But neither the worship places could get spoiled at that time nor will there be any damage to the religious places today. He further said that those who have the intention of destroying the places of worship. Allah himself will destroy their homes. No one has been able to destroy our places of worship, nor will they be able to do it further.

Earlier on Saturday morning, a proposal was also made against the Common Civil Code in the conference. It was supported by MP Maulana Badruddin Ajmal. Ajmal also expressed concern over the current situation in the country and praised the work of the Jamiat. Maulana Sufian Qasmi also spoke at the same event on the importance of Darul Uloom time.

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