There is no name of any person from Ayodhya in the trust made by Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, for which the Muslim society is sad. Iqbal Ansari and Haji Mehboob, who were parties in this case, said that there has been no talk with them about the formation of the trust nor do they want to join it. At the final hearing in the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, the Supreme Court rejected the claim of Babri Masjid and handed over the entire land to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi and ordered the government to form a trust for the construction of the temple.
Along with this, the Sunni Waqf Board was also directed to provide land for the mosque at a particular place. The government also announced the formation of trust in the name of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra in Parliament to build the temple. Now on August 5, Prime Minister Modi is coming to worship the land.
Just before this event, the Sunni Waqf Board in Lucknow on Wednesday announced a trust to build a mosque under the name Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation. Names of nine members have been announced so far in this 15-member trust. Its survey has been made by Waqf Board President Zafar Ahmed Farooqui himself. Whereas, the parties fighting for Babri Masjid for years have not been given any place.
They say that a grand temple is going to be built on Shri Ram’s birthplace. The Hindu-Muslim dispute has ended completely. Here, mutual harmony and Ganga-Jamuni culture has been strengthened. In such a situation, they are not ready to join the mosque building trust. He says that the parties Farooq Ahmed, Maulana Badshah Khan, Abdul Rahman, Misbahuddin and Haji Mehboob have also been ignored. We had already said that they would have nothing to do with the mosque being built outside Ayodhya by the Waqf Board.
Haji Mahboob, who was a party to the Babri Masjid, says that the Sunni Central Waqf Board has got the authority from the court, which they may or may not keep. We don’t mean anything He says that if his name is included in the remaining six members, he will refuse. He has no interest in building a mosque in Dhannipur. Many Muslim religious leaders, including Haji Mehboob, have been angry about the site given for the mosque earlier and are now very angry about not being included in the trust.