New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has said that 50 people will be able to offer namaz at a time in Nizamuddin Markaz during the holy Ramadan month. In the Nizamuddin Markaz, the High Court allowed 50 people to offer namaz at once, but this permission will be subject to the fixed guidelines and SOP. The court has given this decision on the petition of the Delhi Waqf Board. Markaz has been closed since March 23 last year. The court allowed 50 people to pray 5 times during Ramadan in Nizamuddin Markaz. The Delhi High Court will next hear the case on 16 July.
Significantly, the Delhi Waqf Board got a great success last month amid the ongoing hearing for the unlocking of Tabligi Markaz in the Delhi High Court when the court allowed the opening of the Tabligi Jamaat’s lock in view of Shabe-Barat and Ramzan.
The court allowed the Delhi Waqf Board lawyers to accept the request that Muslims especially pray in the holy month of Ramadan soon. It is worth mentioning that in the month of March last year, the administration had sealed the Tablighi Markaz citing the Corona epidemic.