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The proposed design of the mosque to be built in Ayodhya.
- Athar Hussain, Secretary of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation, gave information
- He said – Constitution of the country was made on 26 January, all classes got equal rights, this date is important
The foundation of the mosque will be laid on 26 January in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF) has started preparing for this. The event will be celebrated with great simplicity. The tricolor will be hoisted after laying the foundation.
Mosque to be built in Dhanipur village
In Dhanipur village of Sohawal block in Ayodhya district, the Yogi government had allotted 5 acres of land to the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board for construction of the mosque. IICF Secretary Athar Hussain said that the constitution of the country was made on 26 January. In which the poor, rich and all sections of the country got equal rights of justice. Trust members are of the opinion that the foundation of the mosque should also be laid on this date. So that the message of connecting people of all sections of the country with equal rights.
Jamia’s professor is preparing a submission architect
Secretary told that the program will be simple. In which the tricolor will be hoisted by laying the foundation of the mosque. But the entire schedule of the program will depend on the submission of the mosque map to pass. Architect SM Dhattar of the Department of Architects at Jamia Millia University, Architect of Dhanipur Masjid, is preparing the submission Architect Design to pass the map. Which will be submitted to the Ayodhya Development Authority. He said that if the map is collected, then the program of laying the foundation stone of the mosque will be completed on 26 January.
Muslim personal law board objected to mosque design
Babri Masjid Action Committee convenor Zafaryab Jilani objected to the design of the mosque to be built in Dhannipur three days ago. He had said that the common members of the Muslim Personal Law Board are of the opinion that it is against Sharia to take land from the site of Babri Masjid in an exchange. The construction of this mosque is against Sharia and cannot be justified.
In response, IICF Secretary Athar Hussain had said that the Babri Masjid has nothing to do with this mosque. This new mosque is being built in which no glimpse of Babri Masjid will be seen. This thing has become very clear with its architect design. In such a situation, there is no justification for imposing Sharia law on the new mosque.