No government personnel will be included in the committee set up for the construction of a mosque in the area of five acres in Ayodhya, the city of Lord Ram. The country top court rejected a PIL seeking inclusion of government representatives in the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation Trust, a committee set up for mosque construction.
On the PIL, the Supreme Court directed that no representative of the Center or the state government would be involved in the Islamic Foundation for the mosque in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court refused to consider the demand to include a government representative in the Islamic Cultural Foundation Trust of the mosque being built on five acres of land in Ayodhya. The petition filed for this demanded that just as the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust has government representatives, so too should the mosque trust, but the Supreme Court has rejected the petition.
Significantly, the Supreme Court had given separate land to the UP Sunni Waqf Board in lieu of the land of Ram Mandir, where the mosque was ordered to be built. This mosque will form the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation. All the members are members of the Waqf Board.
Farooqui, president of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation associated with the construction of the mosque in Ayodhya, said the new infrastructure would be bigger than the Babri Masjid. He said that we are working on a war footing to start construction of mosques and other installations in Ayodhya. We are seeking the advice of international experts to build a world class establishment. Farooqui said that a hospital here will undoubtedly be the major center. It will serve humanity in line with the true spirit of Islam stated by the Prophet.
The first donor to the mosque to be built in Ayodhya is not a Muslim but Rohit Srivastava coming from another religion. Rohit Srivastava is an employee of the Law Department of Lucknow University. Who went to the Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation office in Lucknow and gave a check of 21 thousand rupees. During this time, Athar Hussain, Secretary and Spokesperson of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation and Trustee Mohammed Rasheed were present. Expressing happiness, Athar Hussain described Rohit’s move as the finest example of Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb.