Lucknow: The mosque to come back up in Ayodhya pursuant to the Supreme Courtroom verdict within the Ram Janmabhoomi case could also be square-shaped just like the Kaaba Sharif in Mecca and won’t be named after any emperor or king.
Secretary and spokesperson of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Basis (IICF) Athar Hussain instructed PTI on Sunday, “A mosque measuring 15,000 square feet will be built in Dhannipur village. It will be of the same size as that of the Babri mosque. The shape of the mosque may be completely different from that of other mosques. It may be square-shaped like the Kaaba Sharif in Mecca, as hinted by architect SM Akhtar.”
To a query on whether or not the mosque can have no domes or minarets just like the Kaaba Sharif, Hussain stated it could possibly be a chance.
He stated the architect has been given a free hand on this regard.
“The mosque will not be named Babri Masjid. It will not be named after any king or emperor. My personal opinion is that it should be called the Dhannipur Masjid,” Hussain stated.
He additionally knowledgeable that the belief is making its portal so that folks can donate for the mosque and the museum, hospital and analysis centre which can be constructed contained in the advanced. Write-ups by nationwide and worldwide Islamic students may even seem on the portal.
He stated some work on the portal is but to be accomplished and therefore, donation is but to start.
The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board has shaped the IICF, a belief, for the development of the mosque on a five-acre plot.
The state authorities has allotted the five-acre plot in Ayodhya’s Dhannipur for the development of the mosque on the directive of the apex court docket.
After a protracted authorized tussle, the Supreme Courtroom, on November 9 final yr, dominated in favour of the development of a Ram temple on the disputed web site in Ayodhya and directed the Centre to allot another five-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for constructing a brand new mosque at a “prominent” place within the holy city in Uttar Pradesh.
The Babri mosque in Ayodhya was demolished on December 6, 1992 by “kar sevaks”, who claimed that an historic Ram temple stood on the identical web site.
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