Quran does not say mosque is needed in every nook and cranny: Kerala High Court

The Court also issued directions to the State government and police authorities to take steps to ensure that no religious halls are functioning without approval and to maintain communal harmony.
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The Kerala High Court on Friday declined to grant permission to construct a mosque at a locality that already had many mosques around, noting that the State already has a large number of religious structures and ratio of religious structures to population is very high. [Noorul Islam Samskarika Sangam v The District Collector & Ors.]

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