Unique initiative of Juma Masjid! Now people sitting at home can listen to Azaan
Unique initiative of Juma Masjid! Now people sitting at home can listen to Azaan

Mumbai: The issue of loudspeakers is currently in the news at the moment across Maharashtra, including Mumbai. In such a situation, there is also a debate on the issue of loudspeakers. For the past few days, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has been continuously demanding to remove loudspeakers from mosques. In view of the situation in Mumbai, now the Juma Masjid of the Bombay Trust is going to launch a unique initiative. The Juma Masjid will soon create an app, allowing people to listen to Azaan from their homes.  

At the same time, through this campaign, the order of the Supreme Court will also be followed, which states that loudspeakers should not be used for Azaan from 10 pm to 6 am. These apps will enable users to get Azaan through their mobile. The app will also benefit those individuals who do not have access to the mosque. Apart from this, it will also help in controlling the noise pollution caused by loudspeakers.

Shoaib Khatib, trustee and chairperson of The Juma Masjid of the Bombay Trust, said that work is being done on such an app, which will enable users to get Azaan on their mobile phones. At the same time, we accept the Supreme Court's order. Let me tell you that due to the sound of the loudspeaker, many people have to face problems. On the one hand, people who are struggling with poor health have problems. At the same time, noise pollution and damage to the environment also occur.

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