Careful: Samajwadi Party MP from Sambhal in Uttar Pradesh Doctor Shafiqur Rahman Barq he said Coronavirus There is no disease but Allah is punishing us for our sins. Actually, three days ago a video of him appeared on the Internet, in which he is seen saying this thing. Shafiqur Rahman again said that apologizing to Allah is the best way to avoid corona, Allah will forgive only then we will be able to escape from corona.
He has given a strange statement about offering prayers on Eid ul Juha. Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Burke has said that it is wrong to ban mass prayers of Muslims in mosques and Idgah on the occasion of Eid ul Juha. The government should lift the ban on Muslims offering prayers in the mosque and Idgah, because when all Muslims in the country will offer prayers in the mosques, then this country will remain.
Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Burke has also claimed that the Corona epidemic cannot be banished unless all Muslims in the country offer prayers in mosques.
The SP MP clearly threatened that no one can stop Muslims from offering Namaz. Shafiqur Rahman Burke has also expressed his displeasure with the district administration for the ban on the cattle market on the occasion of Eid ul Juha. He argued that Eid ul Juha is a big festival for Muslims, when Muslims will not be able to shop for animals, then how will they celebrate the festival, so the district administration should lift the ban on opening of animal market.
In fact, the Uttar Pradesh government has banned mass prayers in all mosques of the state due to the Corona epidemic crisis. Only 5 people have been allowed to offer Namaz in mosques, on which Samajwadi Party MP Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Burk is very angry with the state government and district administration.
On Friday, the SP MP, along with several Maulana and Muslim leaders, met DM DM Avinash Krishna Singh and SP Yamuna Prasad of the district and demanded permission for mass prayers at mosques and Idgah on the occasion of Eid ul Juha. To whom DM Avinash Krishna Singh, citing the order of the state government, refused to give any kind of permission without any order of governance.