BJP workers lathicharged during protest against Namaz room in J'Khand Assembly


Ranchi, Sep 9 (IANS): Several BJP workers, including its Jharkhand unit chief Deepak Prakash, reportedly sustained injuries after the police resorted to lathicharge while they were protesting against a move to allocate a special room for offering Namaz inside the state Assembly, her on Wednesday.

On Monday, BJP legislators had chanted 'Jai Sri Ram', 'Har Har Mahadev' inside the Jharkhand Assembly to protest against the allocation of a room by the Speaker for offering Namaz during the Assembly session.

"Many BJP workers sustained injuries in the police lathicharge, including innocent party workers and women," BJP legislstive party leader Babulal Marandi told the mdia on Wednesday.

The BJP on Wednesday gheroed the state Assembly premises to protest against the notification to allocate a separate room for offering Namaz inside the Assembly campus.

Hundreds of BJP workers gathered at the Assembly to express their displeasure with the Speaker's decision. Some BJP workers even tried to break the barricades put by the police to prevent them from entering the Assembly premises.

The police used water canons before resorting to lathicharge. BJP Jharkhand President Deepak Prakash reportedly sustained injuries on his arm.

Marandi claimed that attempts were also made to attack him, but the jawans deputed for his safety saved him. He alleged that the Hemant Soren government in the state wants to suppress all dissenting voices.

He said the allocation of a room for a particular community in the Assembly is not correct and the party will oppose all such acts of appeasement.

The BJP workers who sustained injuries in the incident were admitted to a hospital in Dhurwa.

 

  

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  • vasu, kudla

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    They do prayers everywhere. In rooms, railway tracks, roads, airports etc. Total nuisance. Appeasement by governments spells doom.

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  • El En Tea, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    BJP is no safe every where protest.

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    So sickularism is slowly turing to Talibani set up ? What a shame that a community is offered a room to pray when it is supose to be temple of democracy. Disgusting and cheap politics but then thats what congis have been doing it by appeasing one community all along.

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  • Joe, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    please stop this appeasement politics, government should not be in the business of building prayers houses for any community.

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  • Ahmed, Bangalore

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    Then why Poojas are performed in government offices or police stations? To tum logo ko Qhuda se pyaar hai aur hum ko nahi karna hai kya....

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  • Valerian DSouza, Udupi/ Mumbai

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    Why prayers at places of study and work places whichever community may be! Unnecessary giving scope to create rift between brethren and communities? Working sincerely with love and dedication is also a greatest form of worship!

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  • Ahmed, Bangalore

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    For Muslims prayers are as important as we in take food regularly. We have to thank God 5 times a day compulsory without any excuses for whatever God Almighty has bestowed us for the day.. The problem is there are places where Masjid are too far, hence performing this compulsory duty becomes very difficult as travelling to and fro will take lot of time and will miss classes if studying or productivity hours if working in office or business. Only those who have prayers compulsion on daily basis can understand the ordeal. For those who worship once in a week or as and when interest arise and no specific way to strictly follow, such will not understand the importance of prayer hall and sometimes explaining them will b impossible. But BJP and Sangh Parivar, they protest coz they carry hatred towards Muslims and they will protest for whatever Muslims do. For them everything is wrong what Muslims are doing. There will arise a day when suppression crosses the limit, the fall of destruction for sure. History is the witness.

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    Justification arrived from Talibani spokesperson with a threat too.. LOL These jokers have all funny reason to justify but if prayer is must then one should not involve in politics or any other work becausue things will have to move on. If there is emergency assembly meeting on flood or storm or enemy waging war , what will you do? Rush to pray? Grow up and decide what is important. Shun the activity that stops you from praying. .. for preaching, keep it to your ilk, they need to learn a lot on this Live and let other live.. Alas

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  • Valerian DSouza, Udupi/ Mumbai

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    My dear, some of the practices are impossible in multi religious societies. When people are migrating to other countries, where such practices are not prevalent, it proves they can adjust to each other also without displeasing God. We too are called to pray and thank God always. If people can worry or hate while working and studying, surely they can thank God and praise him also while working.

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Thu, Sep 09 2021

    As a country, we should go beyond token "Sickalurism'. Why only Nammaz chambers? Install small temple and Chapel at the Assembly complex and possibly Gurudwara too! It's time to think as one, its the right time for a Uniform Civil Code, all are Indians and equal rights before law, NO APPEASEMENT!

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