Gurugram: Will Gurdwara Committee give place to Muslims for Friday Prayers?

Gurugram: The uproar over Friday prayers in Gurugram in Haryana is still not calm. The Gurdwara Singh Sabha Committee has refused to give a place to offer prayers at the Gurdwara on Guru Parv. The committee says there will be a huge crowd at the Gurdwara on guru parv. In such a situation, they cannot give a place for prayers. This is impossible. The Sikh community celebrates Guru Nanak Jayanti on the full moon of Kartik Mas. Guru Nanak Jayanti will be celebrated on Friday, 19th November this year. This festival of Sikhs is also known as Prakash Parv, Guru Parv, and Guru Purab.

The Gurdwara Committee has refused to give Muslims the place of its Gurdwara. Earlier, it was reported that some Sikh organizations had offered Friday prayers at Gurdwara to Muslim people. In a statement, Sadar Bazar Gurdwara in Gurugram had said that his Gurdwara is a 'Guru Ghar' and all communities are welcome there without any discrimination. Gurdwara president Sherdil Singh Sindhu had said that 'Muslim brothers' can use the basement to offer Friday prayers.

Along with the Gurdwara, a Hindu businessman named Akshay Yadav had offered Muslims his shop in Sector 12 to offer Friday prayers. Gurdwara and Yadav's offer is being showcased in the media and social media as an example of tolerance and brotherhood. However, in the midst of the whole uproar, a fact is being ignored and why Muslims cannot pray in mosques and why do they need public places and non-Muslim places to offer prayers every Friday?

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