Srinagar- Anjuman Auqaf Jama Masjid Srinagar on Friday decried the decision of authorities to not allow Friday prayers at the historic mosque.
The Anjuman in a statement said “while millions of Muslims from all over the world are assembling at Arafat in Makkah as part of Hajj, it is deeply regrettable that on such a great occasion, the Muslims of Kashmir were once again not allowed by the authorities to offer Friday prayers at the historic Central Jama Masjid in Srinagar”
“The magistrate and senior police officials came to the mosque and informed the Auqaf that Friday prayers would not be allowed even today at the Jama Masjid” Anjuman in a statement said.
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