In Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh, protests continue in the Ram Snehi Ghat tehsil complex, calling the illegal construction a mosque. On Friday (May 21, 2021) the place where the encroachment has been removed in the tehsil, five suspects who are making photographs and videos of the same have been arrested and sent to jail. All these residents of Lucknow are being told. Police is interrogating all five people.
Five people, including President of Indian Union Muslim League, have been sued
Police arrested five people, including state president of Indian Muslim League Mohammad Matin Khan, who came from Lucknow to do video and photography of the disputed site in Tehsil Ram Sanehi Ghat. After several hours of interrogation, reports have been lodged against these people under the Epidemic Act.
Today, on 05.05.2021, 05 persons were found walking in suspicious condition in Tehsil Ramasnehighat premises, #barabankipolice By registering the prosecution under relevant sections, advance legal proceedings are being taken by arresting the accused and sending them to jail.#UPPolice @Uppolice @adgzonelucknow
– Barabanki Police (@Barabankipolice) May 21, 2021
Seeing the people who came with him including Mohammad Matin Khan to make photography and videos, the revenue personnel of the Tehsil called the police. On the information of the revenue personnel, Kotwal Sachchidanand Rai interrogated the suspected five people at the police station and their identities were Mohammad Matin Khan, Mohammad Saad and Suleiman (resident Mohalla Barfkhana police station Thakurganj) and Farooq Ahmad Khan (resident of New Basti Murad Ali Lane Police Station). Hussainganj), Mohammad Kamil (resident Yasinganj Campwell Road Police Station Saadatganj District Lucknow). SDM Divyanshu Patel told that there was a conspiracy to spoil the atmosphere by offering Namaz at his SDM residence.
Inspector in-charge Sachchidanand Rai said that the lockdown was going on due to the corona epidemic. In such a situation, the above five people from Lucknow came from the same vehicle and started doing photography and videography of the disputed site. Reports have been lodged under the Pandemic Act after questioning for custody in anticipation of breach of peace.
Significantly, in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh, the administration had taken action on an illegal residential complex. The propaganda was then extended, accusing the administration of breaking the 100-year-old ‘Garib Nawaz’ mosque. After this action of the local administration, many Muslim organizations have objected to this and demanded its reconstruction.
The Sunni Waqf Board had also spoken of going to the High Court against the Barabanki administration. The mosque management committee accused the local administration of a conspiracy. Masjid Committee Chairman Sabir Ali accused the local authorities of demolishing the mosque overnight and removing debris in the presence of police force.