Ayodhya Mosque Building Plan Submitted For Approval

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Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation member Afzaal Ahmad Khan held a meeting with officials of the development authority about the project,

Ayodhya: 

The Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation has submitted to the Ayodhya Development Authority the building plan of the mosque, for which the Supreme Court had allotted five acres in the Babri Masjid-Ramjanbhoomi case.

The verdict had paved way for the construction of a Ram temple on the site.

The mosque for which the building plan was submitted for approval will be constructed at Ayodhya’s Dhannipur village.

Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation member Afzaal Ahmad Khan held a meeting with officials of the development authority about the project, under which a 300-bed super-specialty hospital, a community kitchen and a research centre to highlight the Muslim’s contribution in nation building will be constructed, a statement said.

The mosque will have enough space to accommodate around 2,000 people at a time.

CommentsThe sketches of the plan in 11 sets were submitted to Ayodhya Development Authority Vice-Chairman Vishal Singh with a processing fee of ₹ 89,000 for approval, the statement said.

Afzaal Khan said as the sketches were in large size and these could not be submitted onli