The Waqf Board has argued that the mosque, which has been closed by the Delhi Police, should be opened. Because the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has now removed all the restrictions which were imposed due to the pandemic.
Waqf Board appeals to Delhi High Court to reopen Nizamuddin Markaz
Central government (Central Government) Delhi High Court (Delhi High Court) in front of Nizamuddin Markaz (Nizamuddin Markaz) opposed the petition for a complete reopening. Tablighi Jamaat during Corona here in March 2020Tablighi Jamaat) was organized. A large number of corona infected were found here. It has been closed since then. Said before Justice Manoj K Ohri that like last year some people may be allowed to offer prayers on upcoming religious occasions. Court Delhi Waqf Board (Waqf Board) was hearing a petition in which Shab-e-Barat (Shab-e-Barat) and Ramadan (RamadanIn view of this, there was a demand to open the mosque in March-April.
The Center said that the mosque complex is a private property and Borj has no authority to reopen it, on the occasion of the initiative some people were allowed to offer prayers with conditions and this time also such arrangement There is no objection regarding.
Waqf Board gave this argument
At the same time, the Waqf Board has argued that the mosque, which has been closed by the Delhi Police, should be opened. Because the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has now removed all the restrictions which were imposed due to the pandemic. The High Court has listed the matter for hearing next week and asked the petitioner to bring the DDMA order on record.
Many FIRs were registered
Several FIRs were registered in connection with the stay of foreigners during the lockdown at a Tablighi Jamaat event held at Nizamuddin Markaz under various provisions of Epidemic Diseases Act, Disaster Management Act, Foreigners Act and Penal Code.
The Waqf Board in its application has argued that the High Court had given permission to offer prayers in the mosque on these two occasions last year – during Shab-e-Barat and Ramzan. Omicron, the current variant of COVID-19, is not as severe and fatal as the Delta variant and as conditions have improved, physical hearings in all courts have resumed, schools, clubs, bars and markets have also reopened Huh. So there is no impediment in reopening this waqf property.
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