Muslim women worshipped after Shivling found in Gyanvapi, said - Namaz is not accepted in occupied place

Kashi: After finding other evidence of a Shivling and a Hindu temple inside the disputed structure of Gyanvapi in Varanasi, Muslim women have expressed happiness and said that the place should now be happily handed over to the Hindu brothers. Sita Sahu, one of the five women who filed a petition seeking daily puja at Mata Shrangar Gauri, said she will continue to fight this battle till her last breath.

As soon as the survey work in Gyanvapi was over and it came to light that a Shivling was found in the campus, some Muslim women have expressed happiness over it. Najma Parveen, a member of the Muslim Women's Foundation, said that the meeting of Lord Shiva in Kashi is great proof in itself that Kashi is the city of Baba Vishwanath. She said that on this occasion, Muslim women along with Hindu women recited the Shiva Tandav Stotra by playing the drums. Parveen urged Muslims that the place should be vacated immediately and it should be handed over to Hindu brothers.  

Se says that it is wrong to have rights everywhere and grab property. She said that it is said in Islam that wherever prayers are offered, the land and the sky should be their own. Prayers are not accepted at the occupied place. Najma Parveen further said that those who are instigating extremist Muslims also need to send a strong message. They need to be told that people have become aware now and no one can be provoked anymore in the name of Hindu-Muslim. She said that where the Shivling has been found, a grand temple should be built there.

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