The Authorities Of Mecca Masjid Stopped Me By Saying “Shorts Are Not Allowed”

The Logical Indian

November 13th, 2015 / 5:39 PM

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As I tried to enter Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad (India), the authorities stopped me by saying “Shorts not allowed.” I stood quietly outside.

Outside, I saw a tea stall – just on the gate. People (including the vendor) were throwing their plastic tea cups ruthlessly on the gate itself. No one stopped them.

Let us practice cleanliness first before we practice our religion. If we are so strict about such religious conditions, we must be equally strict with our civic senses.

Submitted By – Agastya Kapoor

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