Sonu Nigam Azaan controversy at Aap Ki Adalat show
Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam found himself inside the mid of a large controversy after his collection of tweets on ‘Azaan’ sparked a brand new debate with dividing perspectives throughout the social media. Now, consistent with HindustanTimes.com, the Punjab and Haryana high court has said that Azaan is undoubtedly an necessary a part of Islam however it does not necessarily have to be blared via loudspeakers.
HC’s order is clearly a backing for the singer as it clearly states that loudspeakers aren’t mandatory. The document mentions that the plea turned into filed in opposition to the singer through Aas Mohammad, a resident of Sonepat in Haryana, over Sonu Nigam’s arguable tweets.
Justice Bedi has been quoted as saying: “A truthful interpretation of the words used by respondent no 4 (Nigam) sincerely indicates that the phrase ‘gundagardi’ in tweet no four isn’t addressed inside the context of Azaan however the use of loudspeakers and amplifiers.”