Heads of Sufi shrines gather at Ajmer Dargah, seek ban on beef

 Peeved over incidents of Muslim youths being harassed for carrying, selling and eating cow meat, the heads of Sufi shrines who gathered at Dargah Ajmer on Monday, have demanded a complete ban on sale of "all forms of beef" in the country as it is causing enmity between Hindus and Muslims.

Dargah Dewan Syed Zainual Abedin Ali Khan made the appeal in a statement issued after the closing ceremony of the 805th annual Urs at the 12th century shrine in Ajmer.

The joint declaration says that PM Narendra Modi should give respite to crores of Muslims by solving this issue once and for all and the only solution is passing an ordinance banning beef. The message was endorsed by the priest of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia of New Delhi, Gulbarga Shareef of Karnataka, Halkatta Shareef of Andra Pradesh, Shrine of Nagaur, Baraeli, Kaliyar, Bhagalpur, Jaipur, Phulwari in UP, Gujarat to name a few........................Read more


Source: The Times of India

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