In Kerala Mosque Committee’s Fight Against Drugs, A Bold Decision
Kerala: An individual from the Padannakkad jamaat board of trustees said the people who are important for their mosque whenever viewed as engaged with drug-related exercises, would be eliminated or sidelined from the mahal panel.
Kasaragod, Kerala: In a commendable move, a mahal (mosque) board of trustees in a town in Kerala’s Kasaragod locale has chosen to remove or sideline individuals from their local area who are engaged with drug-related exercises.
The intense choice by the Padannakkad jamaat board has been invited by the police with a senior official gathering them to stretch out help to the model drive.
An individual from the panel told a TV channel that the people who are essential for their mosque whenever viewed as engaged with drug-related exercises, would be eliminated or sidelined from the mahal council.
They wouldn’t be permitted to return till the council is persuaded that they have amended their misstep, the part said.
He likewise said that they would be at first doing a mindfulness crusade among a select number of families which are important for their mosque.
Addressing PTI, Kanhangad DySP P Balakrishnan Nair said the police was at that point doing different missions and measures to control drug-related exercises nearby and this move by the Padannakkad jamaat council is a positive development.
He said individuals who are sidelined wouldn’t have the option to partake in local area exercises or get hitched as the last option requires marks of the council.
Others would likewise quit collaborating with them, he added.
The official expressed that there were a few other such boards of trustees nearby, yet they were frightened of making such a stride dreading a backfire.
Nonetheless, they currently may be urged to continue in the strides of the Padannakkad jamaat council, he said.
He additionally said the Padannakkad jamaat board of trustees will have the full help of the police.
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