Mosque administrators call Ayodhya Development Authority official and discuss project plans


Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board Chairman and Ayodhya Masjid Trust Chairman Zufar Farooqui, along with a delegation of trustees, held a meeting with the Authority’s Deputy Chairman on Thursday. development of Ayodhya, Vishal Singh.

Trustees of the mosque have been discussing the possibility of expeditiously clearing the Dhannipur project maps, which have been pending with the authority for more than a year.

The Ayodhya Masjid Trust – Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation – submitted the designs of the cards in 11 sets to Singh on May 25 last year.

He also deposited Rs 5 lakh as a processing fee for approval of the project maps.

A mosque and other facilities are to be developed on a five-acre plot in Dhannipur awarded by the Supreme Court as part of its Ayodhya verdict.

The project at Dhannipur in Ayodhya includes a 300-bed super-specialty hospital, a community kitchen that will feed around 1,000 people a day, a research center dedicated to freedom fighter Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah and a mosque that can accommodate 2,000 Namazis in that time.

Speaking to PTI, Trust Secretary Athar Husain said: ”We had a fruitful meeting with the Deputy Chairman of Ayodhya Development Authority and we hope we will get clearance soon. authority to start our mosque project. ” ” We discussed issues related to the drawings with the Vice President and the Chief Planner. They assured us of a smooth approval of the project plan and we cleared the administrator of Ayodhya to coordinate with the authority,” he added.

Singh said, “We are speeding up the approval process for the Ayodhya Mosque Trust project.” “The masjid project is as important as the Ram mandir project,” he added.

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