All Muslims regardless of sect have right to offer prayer at any mosque, be buried in any public kabaristan: Kerala High Court

The Court held that a Jama-ath (congregation) cannot prevent Muslims belonging to other sects from offering prayers in the mosque or burying their dead in the public kabaristan on their property.

The Kerala High Court recently held that every Muslim, regardless of which sect he belongs to, is entitled to offer prayers in any mosque or bury the dead in a public kabaristan [Elappully Eranchery Jama-ath Palli v Mohammed Haneef & Ors.].

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