Within the wake of an argument over using loudspeakers at non secular locations, authorities of 5 mosques in Pune and another senior Muslim group members in Pune have determined to shun DJ music through the upcoming Eid celebration and utilise funds collected for it to assist the poor and needy folks.
In addition they appealed to the youth from the group to not play loud DJ music through the Eid al-Fitr celebration on Could 2.
Everybody is aware of the ill-effects of such loud DJ music, which isn’t good for sick folks and people with a weak coronary heart, mentioned Maulana Mohsin Raza, the imam of the Bhartiya Anjuman Qadariya Mosque in Lohiya Nagar space in Maharashtra’s Pune.
“So, we shaped a core committee of 5 mosques within the space and convened a gathering of their imams and functionaries together with different senior members of the group and determined to not have DJ music through the Eid celebration,” he instructed Press Belief of India.
The funds often collected to obtain the DJ music system through the celebration will probably be used to offer help to the needy and poor folks within the space, he mentioned.
Requested concerning the row over use of loudspeakers atop the mosques, he claimed all 5 mosques within the locality right here observe the Supreme Courtroom’s pointers on noise air pollution and the amount throughout ‘azaan’ is at all times stored low.
“The locality has a combined inhabitants and to this point, nobody from the Hindu group has complained of any disturbance because of the taking part in of ‘azaan’. In actual fact, the communities right here have a good time all of the festivals in concord,” Mr Raza mentioned.
Yunus Salim Shaikh, an area Urdu trainer who’s a part of this core committee, mentioned the formation of such a panel is an efficient step in the direction of coping with social points.
“After the formation of the core committee, a call has been taken to ban DJ music through the Eid celebration. In the course of the namaz classes in mosques, we’re informing folks from the group concerning the resolution and counselling them. Luckily, we’re getting a very good response from everyone,” he mentioned.
Native resident and former corporator Yusuf Shaikh mentioned the choice to not play DJ music through the Eid celebration has invoked a very good response they usually hope the identical will probably be emulated in different elements of the town.
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