Supreme Court ordered the attribution of a five-acre plot to the Muslim community for a new mosque . The land was previously used for farming, but it was largely used for agriculture .
Ayodhya: The only signs that a large mosque complex is planned at this spot in Dhannipur village near Ayodhya are barbed-wire fencing and a board created by the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation.The board depicts the proposed mosque for which the Supreme Court had ordered the attribution of a five-acre parcel.However, three years after the top court decided the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land But the trust is confident that this will come about very soon.Ayodhya Development Authority has been given a detailed map of the proposed project.Its clearance was initially postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Supreme Courts' 2019 ruling opened the way to the construction of a Ram temple at the site where the 16th century Babri Masjid was demolished by kar sevaks on this day in 1992.The city of Dhannipur is 16 kilometers from the district headquarters, and it has ordered the transfer of a five-acre plot to the Muslim community for a new mosque.The land was previously used for farming, but it was largely used for agriculture.The perimeter is now covered by a 10-foot-high barbed wire fence.Construction will begin as soon as the map is cleared. Hussain told PTI in mid-November that the Dhannipur Ayodhya Mosque is planned to be completed by December 2023, while the remaining structures on the five-acre Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Complex would later be developed, according to Hussain.The district administration was immediately alerted, and following that, it completed the measuring of additional land to widen the approach road, according to Hussain.This house was completed 15 years ago.After hearing that the mosque would be built here, we had hoped that my family's situation would improve.In three years, nothing has been done. No one in our household has a job and we work as labourers to earn a living.The building of the mosque gave us some hope, but now it seems that nothing will happen, she said.The family members were hopeful that the new complex would attract visitors and they could start a small business.They also wanted a job for one family member at the complex, but not a single brick has been laid yet. Although some villagers welcome them, Yadav said that I don't think anyone is willing to sell their lands as of now.But trust secretary Hussain said he believes that many of the people in the village are going to leave their property and move out.