Permission has been sought to offer Namaz in the mosque at Raj Bhavan in Maharashtra. The Raza Academy has written a letter to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari about this, saying that the mosque should be opened for Namaz. The letter states that all religious places in Maharashtra have been opened. In such a situation, the mosque of Raj Bhavan should also be opened for prayers.
The Raza Academy has also expressed its gratitude to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for opening the religious sites. The academy has said that people are very happy with this decision of the government.
It has been said in Chitti that all religious places in the country have been opened. In such a situation, for the employees of the Raj Bhavan, the mosque located on the premises should be allowed to open for offering prayers. At present, even five to seven people are not allowed to offer Namaz in the Raj Bhavan.
There is a mosque in Maharashtra Raj Bhavan.
And Raza Academy writes to Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari, requesting to allow Muslims to offer Friday prayers in the Raj Bhavan Mosque. pic.twitter.com/qG0bb3RBD2
– Rishi Bagree (@rishibagree) November 21, 2020
The academy has requested Rajyapas to allow people to offer Namaz in the mosques of the Raj Bhavan as before the lockdown and open the mosque.
5,760 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Maharashtra
The total number of infected people increased to 17,74,455 on Saturday after 5,760 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Maharashtra. An official of the state health department gave this information. He said that 62 patients died due to infection on Saturday, after which the total number of dead increased to 46,573. The official said that 4,088 people were discharged today after being free from infection in the state, with which 16,47,004 Kovid-19 patients have been cured so far. He said that 79,873 patients are currently under treatment in the state.
Due to the arrival of 1093 new patients in Mumbai, cases of Kovid-19 increased to 2,74,579. As many as 10,656 patients have died due to this infection due to the death of 17 more patients in the city. So far 1,01,20,470 samples have been tested in the state.
In 1977, the Mumbai division corona virus cases from Mumbai and its adjoining cities increased to 6,15,499. So far 18,485 Kovid-19 patients have lost their lives in this division. As of Saturday, Kovid-19 cases in Pune division stood at 4,44,534, while 10,493 people have lost their lives due to this virus. In Nashik division, the incidence of this epidemic has gone up to 2,38,660 whereas 4470 patients have lost their lives so far.