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After the ban on Namaz in government parks in Noida, the Shrimadbhav story was being stopped on Wednesday on the government land. Actually officials found that proper permission was not taken for this. A few days before this, the police had asked a few private firms to stop their Muslim workers from praying in a public park here.
Officials said that the nine-day Srimad Bhagavat story was launched on Wednesday in the residential sector 37 of Greater Noida. Officials of the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority removed the tent, platform and loudspeaker from a plot on Wednesday morning, which its organizers protested. This land belongs to the Authority. Special officer of the authority Sachin Singh said, "They have not been given permission for the program. If they do this then it will be illegal. '
Local police said that there was nothing to do with this action by the Authority. Greater Noida (first) Regional Officer Nishank Sharma said, "This action has been done by the authorities and the police personnel affiliated with the Authority. There was no official of the district police or local police station.
According to local people, there were two small structures in this 100 square meter plot, where there were religious programs earlier. He said on condition of anonymity, "These structures are also illegal." He said that tent, platform and loudspeakers were being installed on this site from Tuesday night.
On the condition of not disclosing their identity, another official said that till about 10 in the morning when the officials of Greater Noida reached there, everything had been set up and 25-30 people gathered there. He said, "The Residential Welfare Association of the sector (RWA) was not involved in organizing this program and the main organizer is out of this sector." Encroachment was vacated from this place till 5 pm and till then the officials stood there.
Earlier this month, Noida Sector 58 police station had asked 23 companies to stop their Muslim workers from reciting Friday prayers in a local garden here. Political controversy over this order got tarnished.
BSP President Mayawati said that if this policy is to be implemented then it should be implemented on all the districts and all religions. The AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi also criticized it. He tweeted that the policemen of Uttar Pradesh pour roses of petals on the quarrels, but once in a week prayers and prayers are interrupted by peace and brotherhood.