Muslims would not remain silent if Gyanvapi suffers the same fate as Babri: Aala Hazrat dargah clerics

Aala Hazrat dargah spokesperson says Hindus and Muslims have been living harmoniously together for centuries . Muslims sent a message of peace and brotherhood to the world by accepting the apex courts verdict against Babri Masjid, Razvi says .

BAREILLY: Maulana Shahabuddin Razvi, the spokesperson of the influential Aala Hazrat dargah, said on Saturday that if the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi is damaged, BJP leader Sangeet Soms' recent remark was Babri is for 2022.Muslim subcontinentally, Aala Hazrat dargah has a devoted following.Razvi said in an interview with Reuters that both Hindus and Muslims have been living harmoniously together for centuries, but that some powerful forces are trying to instill hate in order to achieve their political objectives.We are witnesses to the destruction of the Babri Masjid, and Muslims will be compelled to protest vigorously in accordance with the provisions of our Constitution if it is repeated with Gyanvapi.

Muslims sent a message of peace and brotherhood to the world by accepting the apex courts' verdict against Babri Masjid, according to him.We still have faith in our country's highest court.On Saturday, a court-monitored videography survey of the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi took place.The mosque is located near the Kashi Vishwanath temple, and a group of women has sent a petition for the right to attend daily prayers before the idols on its outer walls, according to the local court.

The property belonged to him and has been looked after by the Sunni Central Board in Lucknow for many years.The HC correctly reprimanded the appellant.Due to such hate-mongers, we seem silly before the world.