Sewer overflow, bad roads cause inconvenience to pilgrims

Hyderabad: Thousands of pilgrims not only from Telangana but from various parts of India and other countries visit Jahangir Peer Dargah daily.

The dargah, known as JP dargah, is managed by the Telangana State Wakf Board. Despite receiving huge donations, the concerned authorities failed to provide basic infrastructure near the dargah.

Pilgrims visiting the dargah face many difficulties due to overflowing sewers and poor roads leading to the shrine. They find it difficult to reach the dargah even on foot.

Speaking to journalists from Siasat, the local people said that the government and the concerned authorities of the Wakf Council are not paying attention to the difficulties they and the pilgrims are facing. Along with the poor roads, the garbage piled up by the nearby lake has become a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other flies.

Relevant authorities should take concrete steps to address the inconveniences faced by pilgrims and residents of Jahangir Peer Dargah.

Rahul Gandhi could visit JP Dargah

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Telangana State on October 24. The Yatra will pass through many districts of the state including Hyderabad.

In the state, he will visit three important places of worship to spread the message of community harmony.

According to media, he is likely to visit Chilkur Balaji Temple, Medak Cathedral and Jahangir Peer Dargah.

Jahangir peer Dargah

Jahangir Peer Dargah is a 720 year old shrine located in the Inmulnarva village of Kothur Mandal in Ranga Reddy district.

Located 45 km from Hyderabad, the dargah receives pilgrims not only from Telangana but from various parts of the world.

Even non-Muslims visit the dargah to offer prayers as they believe their wishes will be granted by visiting the shrine.

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