Mayor and political figures in Pakistan's Peshawar are against the decision to demolish a mosque.

The mayor of Peshawar, chairmen of several tehsils, as well as a number of political and religious figures have all expressed their support for the mosque protection committee . The committee is currently being held by the district administration .

Peshawar, Pakistan (Pakistan), November 24 : The mayor of Peshawar, chairmen of several tehsils, as well as a number of political and religious figures have all expressed their support for the mosque protection committee and opposed the district administrations' proposal, according to Dawn.According to Dawn, Peshawar Mayor Haji Zubair Ali said that the district administration should not participate in the Speen Jumaat issue because they do not want to see a conflict between people and government that results in confusion.The behavior of the district administration officials, he said, showed that the political party was threatening them.Haji Zubair Ali stated that no one should be allowed to use the Peshawar metropolitan government's land.

He pledged to protect the mosque and said they would not allow anyone to use the grounds for any other purpose.All of the leaders held a meeting before the press conference to address the current situation of the mosque.The meeting included Peshawar mayor Haji Zubair Ali, JUI-F leader Maulana Amanullah Haqqani, Mathra tehsil chairman Faridullah, Pashtakhara tehsil chairman Haroon Siffat, Mufti Naeem Jan, Maulana Rafiullah Usmani, and members of the committee for the safety of Speen Jumaat.We will keep the mosque secure and will not allow anyone to use this precious property for any other purpose, Dawn wrote.

Different responses from the district have fueled their dissatisfaction, according to Haqqani, although the district administration had previously stated that the site of the mosque would not be used for commercial purposes.Amanullah Haqqani sent a note to the district administration, claiming that the district administration would be held liable for the damage if the mosque is demolished.

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