Mathura5 minutes ago
After the birthplace of Shri Krishna in Mathura, now the loudspeakers on the marriage Idgah mosque have also been removed. The committee has taken this decision to maintain harmony. Earlier on Wednesday, the loudspeakers installed at the birthplace of Shri Krishna were removed. Bhajans were played in the speakers mounted on the top of the Bhagwat Bhawan. Earlier, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had said that the sound of loudspeakers installed at religious places should not go outside the premises.
There were 3 loudspeakers in the mosque
Temple and mosque complexes are adjacent.
There were 3 loudspeakers in the Shahi Idgah Masjid, adjacent to the birthplace of Shri Krishna. On Friday, the committee that looked after the Shahi Idgah mosque took down two loudspeakers. While a loudspeaker is still on. The people of the committee say that the sound of a loudspeaker will not go out of the mosque premises.
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no loudspeaker on friday
The loudspeakers in the Shahi Idgah Mosque are used for the five-times prayer every day. These loudspeakers were used only for one to one and a half minutes at the time of Ajan. But these loudspeakers were not played on Friday during the prayer time.
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Loudspeakers were switched off at the birthplace two days ago
Even before the orders of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath were received, the Shri Krishna Janmasthan temple management had taken the decision to switch off the loudspeakers. Kapil Sharma, secretary of Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sansthan, had told that the loudspeakers on the top of Bhagwat Bhawan have been switched off. Mangala Charan and Vishnu Sahasranamam were recited on them every morning in the morning.
At the same time, Tanveer Ahmed, secretary of the Arrangement Committee, said that they have not received any mandate yet. But out of the 3 loudspeakers installed on the mosque, 2 have been removed.