When someone on the phase informed him that ‘Azaan’ was taking place, Amit Shah stopped his speech immediately, drawing in a big round of praise as well as chanting of mottos in his favour from the celebration.

Union Residence Priest Amit Shah today briefly stopped his speech throughout a rally in Jammu as well as Kashmir’s Baramulla area as ‘Azaan’ or Muslim call to prayer was taking place at a close-by mosque.

5 minutes right into his half-an-hour long speech at Showkat Ali arena in the North Kashmir district, Amit Shah paused and also asked those on stage “if something was taking place at a mosque?”

When a person on the stage informed him that ‘Azaan’ was going on, Amit Shah stopped his speech quickly, attracting a huge round of praise and chanting of slogans in his favour from the celebration.

After a brief minute, he claimed that the phone call for petition has actually now quit as well as asked if he can proceed his speech.

“Should I resume my speech or otherwise? State it loudly, ought to I resume my speech,” he asked the gathering. He after that happened with his speech.


Earlier, right after his arrival, Amit Shah started his speech before a substantial event in Kashmir’s Baramulla where people stood in long lines and also had been waiting on hours to listen to the Home Preacher.


Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Guv Manoj Sinha and Priest of State in the Head of state’s Office (PMO) Jitender Singh, who were likewise existing on the phase, did not resolve the gathering.

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Last Updated: 06 October 2022