Muslim Groups Should not Interfere in Gayanwapi Masjid Case: Mahmood Madani

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NEW DELHI – Maulana Mahmood  Madani, President of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, has urged Muslim organisations not to interfere directly in this case in any courts.

“If they want to provide help or assist in the case, they can do through the masjid intezamiya committee,” he said in a statement on Wednesday.

Madani pointed out that the Gyanvapi Mosque issue is being hotly discussed at public and judicial levels these days. Some mischievous elements and biased media are trying to create strife between the two communities by fanning religious emotions.
In such a situation, the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind sympathetically appeals to all the people of India, especially the Indian Muslims that:

(1) They should not hit streets on the issue of Gyanvapi mosque and all kinds of public demonstrations should be avoided.

(2) In this regard, the masjid intezamiya committee (mosque management committee) is a party in various courts of the country. It is believed that they will fight this case vigorously till the end.

(3) Ulama, Scholars, speakers and TV debaters are urged to refrain from participating in TV debates and discussions on this issue. The case is sub-juidice, so provocative debates in public debates and social media speeches are by no means in the interest of the country and the nation.

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