Qutb Shahi masjid land row: Wakf Board declares land comes from mosque
Hyderabad: Following the row that appeared on Sunday over land at Masjid- e-Qutb Shahi near Malkam Cheruvu in Gachibowli a top-level conference was hung on Monday.
The conference with the Rangareddy area Collector complied with by a top-level consult with Revenue Division Officer (RDO) Rajendranagar Chandrakala, Mandal Revenue Officer (MRO) Gandipet, TS Wakf Board Chairman Mohammed Masiullah Khan, Karwan MLA as well as Wakf Board participant Kausar Mohiuddin, DCP Madhapur A Shilpavalli, as well as various other authorities.
According to the Wakf Board, the Wakf authorities offered the papers of Waqf gazette no 3211 as well as 3212 that specifies study no 82 asMasjid Qutb Shahi Kausar Mohiuddin likewise offered papers from the Revenue division, that reveal because 1972 study no 82 is signed up as Masjid- e-Qutb Shahi,Malkam Cheruvu Moreover, the Revenue division looked for a time of 2 days to penetrate the issue.
The Wakf papers revealed that the land has actually been signed up as ‘Masjid- e-Qutub Shahi,Malkam Chervu
Wakf Board chairman Mohammed Masiullah Khan, stated the Wakf Board sent all the land papers as well as gazette duplicates to the Rangareddy area profits authorities, that ensured the previous of fixing the Qutb Shahi Masjid concern in 2 days. Kausar Mohiuddin stated, “AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi called on Rangareddy Collector on Monday and discussed the land row at Masjid-e-Qutb Shahi.” Later, the Raidurgam police signed up an instance versus the unknown individuals for apparently trespassing right into Masjid- e-Qutb Shahi’s land as well as developing a problem in its substance. According to police, an instance has actually been reserved under Section 447, 427 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on the issue of a participant of the mosque board.
On Sunday, a team of 100 intruders damaged the border wall surface as well as got in the mosque facilities to carry out spiritual routines. The relocation of the trespassers was opposed by the Masjid board as well as Muslims that came close to the police.