news Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute| September 9, 2014| 4.53 pm IST Two residents of Chennai have filed a police complaint accusing an armyman guarding the Alandur army quarters of labelling them as terrorists, preventing their entry into a dargah on the Alandur Army property. According to The New Indian Express, an argument between the two residents broke out when they refused to show their ID cards while entering the Dargah. They asked for permission to be allowed in as it was already late for prayers, which was when the armyman called them “terrorists” said the complaint according to the report. The dargah is also in the midst of some controversy, as a prayer hall near the dargah was mysteriously demolished overnight recently, said the report.
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