Pitambari form of Ayodhya is about to be seen. Before the Bhoomi Poojan program on August 5 for the construction of Ram temple, every corner of the Tirthanagari is being decorated. The eyes of the country and abroad are set on Ayodhya for Wednesday’s program. In such a situation, it is also of interest that which important Muslim faces can witness the beginning of temple construction in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 5 August. The person who sent the initial official invitation to Ayodhya at the Ram Janmabhoomi program is named Iqbal Ansari.
The name of Iqbal Ansari’s dead father Hashim Ansari is known as the oldest and important party of Babri Masjid. From 1949 to 2016, Hashim Ansari continued to advocate the mosque without getting tired. After Hashim Ansari’s death in 2016, son Iqbal Ansari fought the legal battle of Babri Masjid as a party. But it is also true that Hashim Ansari or Iqbal Ansari never allowed Hindu-Muslim unity to come on. Perhaps this is the reason that now that the temple is going to be constructed, Iqbal Ansari is among those who received the first invitation from the Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust. He got the first invitation in Ayodhya.
Iqbal Ansari’s personality is marked by the impression of his father Hashim Ansari. Iqbal says that from 1949 to the early 90s, his father Hashim Ansari and Mahant Paramhans Ramchandra Das used to go on the same rickshaw to plead their case. That is, the claim on the temple-mosque is its place and the example of Hindu-Muslim unity ie Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb is its place.
Security card on invitation cards started to be distributed to guests in Ayodhya: Champat Rai
For the past few years, following the footsteps of his father, Iqbal Ansari also identified himself as a secular Muslim who stood for the Babri Masjid, but also always advocated for Hindu-Muslim unity. After the decision of the Supreme Court, where many other Muslim parties expressed their opposition, Iqbal Ansari considered the verdict to be supreme and decided not to raise any further controversy.