The activists of Hindu Yuva Vahini have opposed reading prayers on the road in Hathras in Uttar Pradesh. The corpses recited Hanuman Chalisa outside the Hanuman mandir in protest of reading Namaz on the road. It is being said that the workers recited the Hanuman Chalisa for about an hour on the road outside the Mosque.
A lesson of Hanuman Chalisa done on the road
Meanwhile, activists of Hindu Yuva Vahini strongly opposed the prayers on the streets outside the mosques. Also, workers said that every Tuesday on the road outside the temple Hanuman Chalisa will be read until people of Muslim society will stop studying Namaz on the road outside the mosque. According to the information, the matter is from the Hanuman temple located at Thirahah Bazar in Kasba Sikandarau area of Hathras district, where on Tuesday, the workers of Hindu Yuva Vahini read the Hanuman Chalisa sitting on the road.
The protest against reading prayers on the streets
Let us tell you that Hanuman Chalisa’s text on the road outside the Hanuman temple has been done in protest against the Muslim community’s prayers on the streets outside the mosques. At the same time, activists of Hindu Yuva Vahini also announced that till Tuesday prayers of Hanuman Chalisa will be recited on the road outside the Hanuman temple till the prayers of the Muslim community will not be stopped by the Muslim community on roads outside mosques.
Before this, the BJP youth wing had decided to jam some roads in and around Kolkata to recite Hanuman Chalisa every Tuesday. They alleged that people of the Muslim community “jammed” roads every Friday to read Namaz.