"There is no logic in the (Shiv Sena-led) state government''s insistence on keeping religious places shut any longer. If the government fails to open these places from September 1, I will offer prayers in a mosque at Shahgunj in Aurangabad on September 2," Jaleel told PTI.
He said the Hindu community should also come forward to make the government open temples from the beginning of the next month. PTI AW NSK NSK
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