Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said those who are creating controversy over azaan and loudspeakers in mosques have nothing to do with religion, people should follow their religion and they should not be stopped.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said there are different ways of worshiping different religions and it is not right to fight each other over those methods. His statement comes at a time when the controversy over loudspeakers in mosques is intensifying.
अज़ान और लाउडस्पीकर विवाद पर बिहार के सीएम नीतीश कुमार ने क्या कहा सुनिए. pic.twitter.com/qZ7ZSClZyc
— Prakash Kumar (@kumarprakash4u) April 18, 2022
4, देशरत्न मार्ग स्थित मुख्यमंत्री सचिवालय परिसर में आयोजित ‘जनता के दरबार में मुख्यमंत्री’ कार्यक्रम में राज्य के विभिन्न जिलों से पहुंचे लोगों की समस्याओं को सुना और संबंधित विभागों के अधिकारियों को समाधान के लिए समुचित कार्रवाई के निर्देश दिए। pic.twitter.com/HasuahVxQW
— Nitish Kumar (@NitishKumar) April 18, 2022
A BJP minister in Nitish Kumar's cabinet's demand by MNS chief Raj Thackeray and his may 3 deadline for the Maharashtra government to remove speakers from mosques made the government's position very confusing.
Nitish Kumar said those who are creating controversy over loudspeakers in azans and mosques have nothing to do with religion, adding that people should follow their religion and they should not be stopped.
Nitish Kumar took a U-turn from his ally BJP's stand on the issue, saying, "People keep on speaking what comes in the mouth, they don't think. There should be an atmosphere of love and brotherhood. Every religion has its own ways. We shouldn't fight about it among ourselves. Everyone should follow their religion. If someone creates controversy over these issues, he has nothing to do with religion.
Speaking about the violence in several states during Hanuman Jayanti and Ram Navami celebrations, Nitish Kumar said, "His administration is on alert during religious programmes to ensure that there is no communal dispute in the state.
#Bihar Chief Minister #NitishKumar (@NitishKumar) expressed concern over the violent incidents that had taken place across the country during #HanumanJayanti, saying those who do 'puja', cannot be involved in violence.
Photo: IANS (File) pic.twitter.com/sldM4tWHHM
— IANS (@ians_india) April 18, 2022
In a scathing attack on the RJD, Nitish Kumar said, "There was an atmosphere of communal tension in the state before the NDA came to power. Incidents of communal tension have come down since the NDA.
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