Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board organises Eid celebrations for 500 quarantined Muslims

Nearly 500 Muslims quarantined in Shrine Board’s building

Quarantined Muslims are welcomed and well looked after

The money of religious institutions of Hindus should be spent only for Hindu Dharma activities. Who has given the right to the Shrine Board to spend the money of Hindus like this ? Devout Hindus must raise this question !

Is it ever heard or seen that lands of Muslims or Christians is made available just to quarantine Hindus and giving them shelter ? Or is it only Hindus who have to prove that all religions are equal ? – What is wrong if such questions arise in anyone’s mind !

Religious fanatics have always tortured and killed Hindu minorities in Jammu and Kashmir; but the Hindus have always been tolerant of them. Notwithstanding this, not a single progressives or anti-Hindu media speaks for Hindus or against the religious fanatics; keep this in mind !

Hindus always welcome Muslims in all fields, whether they are minorities or majorities. Still, how can the so called intellectuals, anti-Hindu media and international anti-Hindu establishments feel that Muslims are unsafe in the country ?

New Delhi – Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, that looks after the administration of Mata Vaishno Devi Temple in Jammu, have arranged Eid celebrations for 500 quarantined Muslims. All their expenses of food and lodging will be borne by the Shrine Board.

Vaishno Devi Temple is closed amid lockdown and hence, the hospice built for devotees is also vacant. Therefore, Vaishno Devi Shrine Board’s Ashirwad Bhawan was converted into a quarantine centre on COVID-19 background. There Muslims are observing Ramzan fast. Hindu devotees are provided accommodation in Ashirwad Bhawan when the temple is open.

Shrine Board has made special arrangements to honour the sentiments of Muslim community on the occasion of the month of Ramzan. In a bid to make them feel at home and get the feels of the festivities, the Shrine Board has taken all measures so that Muslims don’t feel bad for not celebrating Eid at their home. These 500 people will be fed chana-poori and halwa on the day of Eid on behalf of the Shrine Board. Muslims get sehri and iftari on time, on other days as well. Cooks are busy cooking food for them day and night. All Muslims are happy with such welcoming treatment.