Mosques on govt land mushrooming in Delhi: BJP MP writes to LG for immediate action

West Delhi BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma has claimed that several parts of the city including his constituency have seen a mushrooming of mosques on government land and roads which he said hamper traffic flow and causes inconvenience to the public. The lawmaker wrote a letter to Lt Governor Anil Baijal on Tuesday seeking immediate action. Verma suggested forming a multi-agency committee, including civic bodies and police headed by district magistrates concerned, to look into the matter. I would like to apprise you regarding a peculiar type of trend seen in certain parts of my constituency (West Delhi) in particular but prevailing in whole Delhi, of mushrooming of mosques on government land, roads and secluded places, he wrote to the Lt Governor. Such mosques not only hamper traffic flow but also cause inconvenience to the the public in general, he said. Also read: A committee of officers from MCD, NDMC, PWD, Police, Irrigation and Flood Control, and Horticulture departments, headed by district magistrates of the concerned areas should be constituted to conduct survey and pinpoint responsibility after proper enquiry, he demanded. He hoped the matter will be taken seriously and immediate action ensured by office of the Lt Governor.


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