Jama Masjid in Delhi retracts a notification prohibiting lone women from entering.

Delhi mosque has withdrawn its notice prohibiting entry of single women from Gate No. 3 of the mosque .

New Delhi, India, November 24: The administration of Delhis mosque Jama Masjid withdrawn its notice prohibiting the entry of single women from Gate No.3 of the mosque, according to Public Relations Officer Sabiullah Khan.In the midst of this, LG VK Saxena spoke to the Shahi Imam and requested that the decision be reversed.Following this, the board has also been deleted.However, people who come to the mosque must maintain purity, according to Syed Ahmed Bukhari, the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid.

We said we would remove it.But, Bukhari continued, stating why he took such a decision: There is no age restriction on the girl who is coming to offer Namaz or to visit the Masjid.When the child is asked, what are you waiting for?She replies that she is waiting for her friend.Should they be allowed to go to the mosque?

She came to express love.We had to lift the ban on her after hearing from others.Can we do this if we go to any other religious place?Should we allow the mosque to be an arena He said that a decision must be made as feedback comes in.

The entry of women is not restricted.When women go alone, outrageous things are done, videos are made, and the prohibition is to end it.There are no limitations on married couples.According to a publication released to the press on Thursday, the National Commission for Women (NCW) took suo motu notice of media reports arguing that the act constitutes a form of misogyny and violates civil rights of women worshippers, according to the NCW.

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) also requested that Shri Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, look into the situation and take appropriate steps, according to a press release released on Thursday.The board recommended that the Jama Masjid's custodian, Shahi Imam Maulana Syed Ahmed Bukhari, withdraw the order.According to the DCW, prohibiting women from freely entering and attending the mosque is a deeply discriminatory and regressive act because a place of worship should be open to everyone, regardless of their gender, according to the DCW release.

.
.
.
.