Construction of new Babri Masjid could not be done for two months for this reason

New Delhi: No work will be done at the ground level for at least two months at the new 'Babri Masjid' to be built in Dhannipur village of Ramnagri Ayodhya. According to the official spokesperson of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF), a trust set up to oversee the construction of the mosque, the reason for this is still standing crops on the proposed site, which have not yet been harvested.

He said that, before we plan any construction, it will take at least two months. The foundation, created by the Sunni Waqf Board, has decided to build public utilities on the land allotted, including hospitals, Islamic research centers, community kitchens, etc. According to the trust's secretary and spokesperson Athar Hussain, till the paddy crop on the given land is harvested, there will be no construction work at the ground level.

He said that it is prohibited in Islam to unnecessarily damage green farming. That is, according to Islamic belief, it is prohibited to uproot the standing crop in the field, so construction work will be delayed further. According to the foundation officer, the proposal to open a bank account for mosque construction and other works has been passed.

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