Demolished mosques will be built at same locations in Secretariat, says AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi
Owaisi also accused the NDA government of not showing enough concern in addressing the job losses.
A set of leaders visited the police station to submit the complaints in person, while the other leaders lodged online plaints.
Keeping in mind the spread of Covid-19, the police have served notices to several mosques in the city to allow only five persons to offer prayers at a time.
Sambhal MP Barq said if Muslims in large numbers will offer prayers for the country, the god would definitely hear it.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday termed the demolition of mosques and a temple inside the Secretariat complex as unfortunate.
Speaking to reporters at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday, Rammohan said there had been no communal clashes in the city during the past six years.
Earlier, the mosque had reopened on June 8 after a gap of over two months with the government allowing further relaxations as part of unlock 1.0.
Many mosque committees in the city are finding it hard to afford the extensive sanitisation efforts they are required to take for making their premises safe for visitors.
The government has granted permission to all places of worship to unbolt their doors to the devotees from June 1, while stressing that safety protocols have to be strictly followed at all shrines.
In Jama Masjid, the first congregational mosque in Hyderabad, masjid committee members had a tough time making sure that everyone was maintaining social distance.
The Telangana government and mosque committees are looking at a pile of tasks as mosques are set to open its doors to devotees after a two-month lockdown, on Monday.
No ‘prasadam’ or ‘theertha’ will be given to devotees at temples and those below ten years and above 65 years will not be allowed. Everyone has to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
Following the easing of lockdown restrictions, most places of worship across the state are all set to reopen on June 9.
The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the third holiest site for Muslims after Saudi Arabia's Mecca and Medina, also reopened for prayers for the first time since it was closed since mid-March.
Tiruchy has a significant Muslim population and in the days leading up to Ramzan, they collect Nonbu Kanji from the mosques where they pray.