"We respect all religions but...": Lulu mall puts up a notice outside its gate

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Yogi Adityanath inaugurating Lulu Mall in Lucknow (Image: Twitter/myogioffice)
Yogi Adityanath inaugurating Lulu Mall in Lucknow (Image: Twitter/myogioffice)

New Delhi : The newly opened Lulu Mall in Lucknow has become the center of controversy these days with many people gathering there to offer namaz. After a video went viral on social media, the mall administration put a notice outside the entry gate that refrained people from offering religious prayers inside the mall premises. 

The mall management has placed the notice in many sections of the shopping centre that reads, 'no religious prayers will be permitted on the premises'.

Meanwhile, the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha spokesperson Shishir Chaturvedi has released another video where hundreds of people gather at Lulu Mall to offer namaz. He said, "this is not a Lulu mall, it is Lulu Masjid. A different agenda is being run by buying land here."

He has asked the concerned authorities to take appropriate action on this. Mr Shishir has also lodged an FIR against unidentified people.

On the other hand, three people have been detained from Lulu Mall for attempting to recite Sundarkand inside the mall premises. According to reports, they were detained at the entry gate of the mall.

The mall was inaugurated by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on July 10.