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Do you know, what the Sunni Waqf Board is going to build on 5 acres of land in Ayodhya?

Lucknow. A Mosque Trust is also being formed on the lines of Ram Temple Construction Trust in Ayodhya. This trust will build the mosque in Ayodhya. Mosque Trust has been announced by Sunni Waqf Board, which will be named “Indo-Islamic Culture Foundation”.

Indo-Islamic Culture Foundation will fulfill all the formalities of mosque construction and operation in Ayodhya. It will be formally announced at Sunni Waqf Board meeting on 24 February. The names of trust members will also be announced during this period.

According to the information gotten by News Readers, people who mediate in the mosque case and Waqf Board members will be included as members in Indo-Islamic Culture Foundation. The Trust will have a total of 7 members and Chairman of Sunni Waqf Board will be head of the Trust. Presently, the chairman of Sunni Waqf Board is Zafar Farooqui.

The work of this trust will be done on 5 acres of land on orders of the court, from building hospitals, schools, institutions that enhance Islamic cultural activities, libraries, public utility infrastructure, and other social activities.

Through this trust, the Waqf Board will also undertake programs to reconcile the two communities in India. A full outline of functioning of the trust has been prepared by the board. Exercise to take ownership of 5 acres land from the government has also been started.

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Asif Khan

Asif Khan works as freelancer journalist from Lucknow district of Uttar Pradesh state in India.. He is native of Gorakhpur district. Asif Khan has worked with former Nav Bharat Times special correspondent Mr. Vijay Dixit, worked as video journalist in IBC24 news from Lucknow, worked with 4tv bureau chief Mr. Ghanshyam Chaurasiya, worked with special correspondent of Jan Sandesh Times Capt. Tapan Dixit. He has worked as special correspondent in The Dailygraph news. Contact with him via mail or call at +91-9389067047

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