Anjuman Auqaf Jamia Masjid Hopes Its President Will Lead Friday Prayers Tomorrow

SRINAGAR: Anjuman Auqaf Jama Masjid in a statement on Thursday said that it is hopeful that it’s president and Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir Molvi Mohammad Umar Farooq who has been under house incarceration since August 5, 2019, will be allowed by the authorities to come to Jama Masjid tomorrow for Friday prayers and majlis-e waz-o tableeg , after LG Manoj Sinha’s astonishing claim  to a foreign media channel that “ he has no restrictions “last week

In a statement Anjuman said that for the last three years the pulpit of Jama Masjid has fallen silent, due to  Mirwaiz sahabs house arrest, and despite repeated appeals from all sections for his release, he has forcibly been detained at home, causing grief to people.

Anjumam in a statement said all preparations have been made for tomorrow’s Friday sermon by the Mirwaiz at Jama Masjid and people are eagerly awaiting his release and looking forward to seeing and hearing him.

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