If anybody creates any impediment, the Muslim (*18*) Forum and the Imam Organisation will take care of it, they mentioned.
The designated 12 locations embody Jama Masjid Sadar Bazaar, Rajiv Chowk, Pataudi Chowk Mosque, Sector-57 Mosque, Village Chauma, Sheetla Colony, Shanti Nagar, Atul Kataria Chowk, Devilal Colony, Sarai Alwardi Mosque, Badshahpur and Darbaripur Road-Badshahpur.
The Imam Organisation in its memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner mentioned that it desires to guarantee peace and concord in Gurugram, and cease politics in the matter.
“We have decided that the Friday Namaz will not be offered at 20 places. We required six places on a temporary basis to offer Friday prayers for a few days by paying the maintenance fee fixed by the administration. The organisation will also submit documents of the designated clerics to the district administration,” the Imam Organisation mentioned.
“We have appealed to the administration to remove the encroachments on the lands of masjids, madarsas and Waqf Board so that the Namaz can be offered peacefully,” Khurshid Razaka, Convener of Muslim (*18*) Forum, instructed IANS.
The Sanyukt Hindu Sangharsh Samiti was additionally engaged in talks with the district administration, demanding that Muslims should not be allowed to pray in the open exterior Muslim-dominated neighbourhoods.
“Sanyukt Hindu Sangharsh Samiti and the Gurugram Imam Organisation in a meeting with the district administration have decided that Friday prayers will be held at 12 places, while on a temporary basis it will also be offered at six places by paying the maintenance fee fixed by the administration,” Rajeev Mittal, member of a proper-wing group, instructed IANS.