New Delhi, 25 May 2020: In a strong show of inter group solidarity, a crew of Sikh volunteers visited Delhi’s Jama Masjid and sanitized the 17th century monument.
As the nationwide capital battles coronavirus, the historic Jama Masjid is closed for congregational prayers. However, the crew of Sikh volunteers successfully sanitized the monument to make sure it’s protected for the caretakers and guests.
The volunteers affiliated with United Sikhs organization additionally met Naib Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Shaban Bukhari in the course of the go to. The latter thanked the crew for the humanitarian gesture and underlined the necessity for all sections of humanity to unite within the face of this disaster.
“The Sikh community has always displayed exemplary commitment to humanity and we are thankful to the United Sikhs’ team for their initiative. This enormous crisis facing the human race can be fought off only if all communities, nations and people unite and fight it together. In recent weeks, we have seen heart wrenching images of misery in the country as thousands of migrant workers return to their villages. At the same time we have also seen positive stories of different people uniting to help and feed them. We hope that together we will overcome this crisis,” mentioned Syed Shaban Bukhari, Naib Shahi Imam, Jama Masjid, Delhi.
Shaban Bukhari has additionally suggested Muslims throughout the nation to strictly keep away from congregational prayers this Eid and pray at houses.