Published By Shreyansh Tripathi | Agencies | Updated:
- Important assembly of UP Sunni Central Waqf Board to be held in Lucknow on Monday
- Discussion will be held on the difficulty of proposed development on the land to be present in Ayodhya
- Board members will focus on whether the mosque will be built on the bottom or not
Important assembly of Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board will be held in Lucknow on Monday. In this assembly, a last resolution will be taken on the matter of taking land given by the federal government to construct a mosque in Ayodhya on the order of the Supreme Court. In the board assembly, a call will additionally be taken on whether the mosque will be built on the land given by the federal government or one thing.
Although Board President Zufar Farooqui has already mentioned that he can not refuse to take the land being given on the order of the Supreme Court, it could possibly be assumed that the choice to take the land on this assembly will be only a formality. .
The Supreme Court, whereas giving a verdict within the Ayodhya case on November 9, ordered the development of a Ram temple on the disputed web site and the Sunni Waqf Board to give 5 acres of land at a distinguished web site for the development of the mosque. On 5 February, the state’s Yogi Adityanath cupboard determined to give 5 acres of land to the Sunni Waqf Board in Sohawal space of Ayodhya district.
The board can construct a mosque if it needs
On the difficulty of taking land given by the state authorities for the development of mosque in Ayodhya, the President of Waqf Board, Farooqui, mentioned final Friday that he can not refuse to take it however it’s up to the board to construct the mosque on that land or not.
Farooqui mentioned within the dialog that he had already spoken of respecting the choice of the Supreme Court within the Ayodhya case. Now the courtroom has requested the federal government to give land for the mosque, then it can not deny it.
Decision on constructing belief for mosque too!
He advised that within the board assembly, a letter from the federal government relating to the allocation of land will be mentioned. Also, a call will be taken on what will be made on that land.
When requested about Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma’s provide to construct a belief for the mosque, Farooqui mentioned that the federal government has set up the belief for the temple in Ayodhya on the path of the Supreme Court. No such order has been given for the mosque. However, this provide will additionally be thought-about within the board assembly.