Aligarh. The Hindu Mahasabha has appealed to religious leaders and priests across the country to enforce the dress code for temples and places of worship, to ensure that there is no entry of Muslims in the holy places of Hindus. Ashok Kumar Pandey, National Spokesperson of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, requests the Dharmacharyas, “Set the dress for worship in the temple.” The increasing incidence of love jihad in the country, obscenity at religious places is definitely a matter of concern for Sanatan.
Dress code implemented in the squirrel temple
The implementation of the appeal of the All India Hindu Mahasabha has also started. Some mahants have also taken the initiative to ban the entry of Muslims in the temple. All India Hindu Mahasabha has welcomed the decision of such priests. The Hindu Mahasabha has welcomed the decision taken by Mahant of Gilharaj Temple in Aligarh. Ashok Kumar Pandey has said that with this decision obscene acts and thefts in the temple will be completely curbed. The entry of Muslims in the squirrel temple has been banned. At the same time, a guideline has also been issued for the dress code for Hindu devotees.
Place of pilgrimage not a picnic spot
Ashok Kumar Pandey said that the shrine is a place of faith and not a picnic spot. Work will have to be done considering this. By doing this, the dignity of the temple will be maintained. He was caught doing obscenity in the temple. At the same time, Muslim youths entered the Trimbakeshwar temple and offered chadar.
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