Delhi: A video went viral where two policemen from Delhi’s Prem Nagar police station are telling people that Azaan is banned. It is the holy month of Ramadan and a heated argument took place.
“Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia and the Delhi police clarified that no such order has been passed. The Delhi Police PRO Anil Mittal also said that an inquiry has been launched to identify the cops in the video”.
Some constables from Delhi Prem Nagar police station came to the area. Do not give Azan to the Imam of the mosque. People said, "Let me see the order," said the constable. This is the ruling of LG Sahab. Now there was no hope from the government.#Islamophobia_In_India #india pic.twitter.com/0GU1TYpP6W
— Abdul Mujeeb (@abdulmujeebmse1) April 24, 2020
Important Information. pic.twitter.com/wCXgaWIqoX
— #DilKiPolice Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) April 24, 2020
There are heated arguments and abuse going on in twitter. Some people considers this as hatred while some others considers it as Islamophobia.
Yesterday an imam of Mosque was brutally beaten up by police when he was going to pray Namaz in the evening.
According to govt direction, Imam and 3 others can pray in mosque. But cops didn't listen to him, this happened in Gulbarga, Karnataka. pic.twitter.com/KLV93i6IPK
— Md Asif Khan آصِف (@imMAK02) April 22, 2020
— Aysha Renna (@AyshaRenna) April 24, 2020