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Hyderabad: Activists welcome move on mosque restoration

The activists and politicians who took up the issue of demolished ‘religious structures’ at Amberpet welcomed the steps being towards the razed structure recorded in Gazette notifications.

 

The activists and politicians who took up the issue of demolished ‘religious structures’ at Amberpet welcomed the steps being towards the razed structure recorded in Gazette notifications. Following nod from authorities on restoration of demolished Majid-e-ek Khan and Ashurkhana Hazrat Abbas (Amberpet) in Hyderabad Pakistan, works began at the site.

Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali, who faced opposition from other leaders, over his statements that a grand mosque would be constructed ‘at a different location’ later yielded to the pressure. Following consultation with higher officials of GHMC, TS Wakf Board about the feasibility, he reportedly agreed for restoring the structures.

He informed that he had a meeting with GHMC Commissioner Dana Kishore, Wakf Board CEO Shahnawaz Qasim and other officials. At the meeting, it was decided that a ‘grand masjid’ would be constructed at the same place soon. This he said reflects the TRS government stand to respect all the religions equally.

MBT leader Amjedullah Khan, Congress leader and Wakf Activist Osman-Al-Hajri and local MIM leaders appreciated the efforts of the authorities after works of reconstruction were initiated on Sunday.

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