Told 'mazar' to mausoleum and started building mosque .., dispute arose again in Gurugram.

Gurugram: Hindu organisations had protested against open prayers in Haryana. The Hindus alleged that encroachments were being carried out under the guise of prayers. But now another such case has come to light. Against which the Hindus of Gurugram have again protested. The Muslim people started constructing a mosque in Gurugram by calling a tomb a cemetery, after which the Hindus started opposing it.

An attempt was being made to build a mosque in Jharsa village by calling a samadhi mazar. Talking to media, Dinesh Bharti, head of the founder of complainant Bharat Mata Vahini, said that more than 40 Muslims had gathered at Anan-Phanan to occupy the tomb built in the field during the night. Which someone saw at night and as soon as the matter spread, a controversy arose. When the news came to the Hindus, a complaint was lodged in Sector 40 of Gurugram protesting against it. After which the Muslims retreated.

Talking about the matter, Dinesh Bharti said, "We had lodged a complaint with the Sector 40 police station on Sunday, 2nd January, 2022. Abdul Haseeb Qasmi, Mufti Mohammed Salim Qasmi and former BSP Rajya Sabha member Mohammad Adeeb have made every effort to disturb the atmosphere in Gurugram. If strict action is not taken against them, we will take further steps. 

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