Women’s Commission issues notice to Ban entry of single girl in Jama Masjid
Delhi’s historic Jama Masjid has banned the entry of single girls. No-entry boards of single women have been put up at the entry gates of the mosque. It is written in the notice that the entry of girl or girls alone is prohibited in Jama Masjid. That is, without men, women will no longer be able to enter Jama Masjid. Politics has also started on this matter. Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal has opposed the order.
Swati Maliwal said that she will issue a notice to the Imam of the mosque on this. The Women’s Commission has issued a notice. At the same time, the mosque administration says that this decision has been taken to stop obscenity with women. He wrote in his tweet, “The decision to stop the entry of women in Jama Masjid is absolutely wrong. As much as a man has the right to worship, a woman also has the right. I am issuing a notice to the Imam of Jama Masjid. In this way, no one has the right to ban the entry of women.
Apart from Swati Maliwal, many social activists have also opposed this order of Jama Masjid. Social activists say that everyone in India has equal rights. Such a decision in it is a blatant violation of the Constitution. Social activists said such a decision was not valid under any circumstances. The Muslim Rashtriya Manch has also opposed it. “This is the wrong mindset. Why women’s second-class behaviour? The place of worship should be open to everyone
At the same time, Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari has clarified on this matter. He has said that women coming to the mosque to offer namaz will not be stopped. “There were complaints that girls were coming to the mosque with their boyfriends. If a woman wants to come to Jama Masjid, she has to come with family or husband.
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