- Hindu Mahasabha’s reaction in the Lulu Mall Namaz case
- Said- If Namaaz is recited again, there will also be Sundarkand.
- Demands for strict action from Chief Minister Yogi
Lulu Mall: A shopping mall has opened in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lulu Mall. The mall was inaugurated by UP’s Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath on 10 July. Two days after the inauguration, however, a video of this mall went viral where some people can be seen sitting in the mall and offering Namaz. There was tumult as soon as the video went viral, Hindu organizations filed a protest over it. The entire Hindu Mahasabha of India has given its answer in this matter and demanded that Yogi Adityanath should take strict steps in this matter. The Hindu Mahasabha has also written in his letter that if the prayers are said in the mall, then there will also be Sundarkand. Alongside this, Hindus have also been asked to boycott Lulu Mall.
Namaz viral video
There is often tumult about Namaz in public places in the country. Now in this episode, a controversy has arisen in Lucknow’s Lulu Mall regarding Namaz. In the viral video, it can be seen that 6 to 7 people offer Namaz sitting on the ground inside Lulu Mall. People raise questions about this and say that the mall is a very public place, how can one do religious activities there.
What did Lulu Mall say?
Throughout this episode, a statement has also been issued on behalf of Lulu Mall and it has been said that Lulu Mall has no information about this. However, the mall has also said that it identifies the people seen in the video. Shopping mall officials say religious activities are not allowed in the mall at all.
Lulu Mall is built on an area of 2.2 million sqm. It has 15 restaurants and cafes. While there are food outlets and food stalls of 25 brands. These food courts can accommodate 1600 people at a time. Soon, the 11-screen PVR superplex will also be launched in this mall.