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UP: Hindu Yuva Vahini's Hanuman Chalisa to oppose Friday Namaaz on streets

HYV said by offering 'namaaz' on roads, Muslims were causing inconvenience to the people

Wednesday July 17, 2019 12:29 PM, Agencies

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[The HYV men said that they would continue to chant "Hanuman Chalisa" every Tuesday till the Muslims stopped offering 'namaz' on the roads. (File photo)]

Hathras (Uttar Pradesh): Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV) extremists have registered their opposition to offering 'namaaz' on the streets by chanting "Hanuman Chalisa" on the road in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras.

According to reports, a group of HYV extremists sat outside a Hanuman temple in Sikandrarau area and chanted the "Hanuman Chalisa" repeatedly for over an hour on Tuesday evening.

The Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV) men said that they would continue to chant "Hanuman Chalisa" every Tuesday till the Muslims stopped offering 'namaz' on the roads.

Ravindra Kumar Singh, a HYV member, said that by offering 'namaaz' on the roads on Fridays, Muslims were causing inconvenience to the people since roads remained blocked.

"If they stop this practice, we will also stop. Otherwise we will make sure that 'Hanuman Chalisa' is chanted outside each Hanuman temple on Tuesdays," he said.

The police was silent on the issue.

"There is no complaint and no trouble so our role does not figure in the matter", a senior police official said.

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