Taslima Nasreen, a well-known writer from Bangladesh, is very active on social media. Controversy also continues regarding many of his statements. Now in the matter of Gyanvapi also, Nasreen has given advice by tweeting on social media. He has said that it is better to make a big prayer place than to dispute the Gyanvapi complex of Varanasi.
The author wrote in the tweet, It is better to have a big prayer place which is for everyone. It should have 10 rooms, one room for Hindus, one room for Muslims, one for Christian, one for Buddhist, one for Sikh and one for Jew. One room for Jain and one for Parsi. It should have a library, courtyard, balcony and toilet. Apart from this, there should also be a common room for prayer.
Many Twitter users did not like this advice of Taslima Nasreen. One user wrote, ‘Temple is more important for Hindus. A lot happens in the temple. No one has control here. Hall is useless.
Another user said, respected madam, this model has not been successful anywhere in the world. It would be better to give separate places to all the classes. Everyone should respect each other’s privacy and right to worship. One user said, thanks for this advice but it needs to be implemented in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Explain that Hindus have demanded the right to worship in the Gyanvapi Masjid. The petitioner had demanded a survey of the premises. After which the survey was conducted for three days under the supervision of a commissioner. On Monday, the Hindu side claimed that a Shivling was found in the Vazukhana here. Now the court has sealed the premises. The petition of the Muslim side is to be heard in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.