Map of the Dhannipur Mosque deposited in 11 sentences in Ada – Map of the Dhannipur Mosque in 11 sentences submitted to ADA

Ayodhya. The Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation presented the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA) with a map of their planned project in Ayodhya’s village of Dhannipur on Monday.
A mosque and other facilities are to be developed on five acres of land by the Dhannipur Supreme Court following the Ayodhya ruling. Now the Ayodhya Development Authority will write to the government asking for permission to share the offline map.
Indo-Islamic culture trustee captain Afzal Ahmed Khan held a meeting with the vice president and other officials of the Ayodhya development agency on Monday. The project proposed by the Trust in the village of Dhannipur in Ayodhya was discussed.
It has been reported that a 300-bed super specialty hospital on five acres of land is a community cook that will feed about a thousand people a day.
A research center and a mosque, named after the great freedom fighter Shaheed Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah, in which two thousand Namazis live at the same time.
He said that cards had been given in eleven sets to Vishal Singh, the vice chairman of the Ayodhya Development Authority. The trust has also deposited Rs 89,000 as a processing fee for approving the card.
Trustee captain Afzal stated that the project map is large and very different from regular maps so it cannot be applied online. Therefore, the Ayodhya Development Authority was asked to approve the map offline.
Captain Afzal has also expressed deep concern that the Income Tax Department of the Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation is not issuing an 80G tax exemption certificate. He said that because of this, the donation to the trust has stopped and it will become an obstacle to the start of our project. He called on the central government and the Treasury Department to intervene.
An 11-sentence map of the Dhannipur Project was submitted Monday by Captain Afzal Ahmed, a trustee of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation. Now the agency will seek permission to issue an offline card by writing a letter to the government. In addition, the agency’s team will confirm the trust soon after all charges for handing over the card are determined. Vishal Singh, VC Ayodhya Development Agency

Ayodhya. The Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation presented the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA) with a map of their planned project in Ayodhya’s village of Dhannipur on Monday.

A mosque and other facilities are to be developed on five acres of land by the Dhannipur Supreme Court following the Ayodhya ruling. Now the Ayodhya Development Authority will write to the government asking for permission to share the offline map.

Indo-Islamic culture trustee captain Afzal Ahmed Khan held a meeting with the vice president and other officials of the Ayodhya development agency on Monday. The project proposed by the Trust in the village of Dhannipur in Ayodhya was discussed.

It has been reported that a 300-bed super specialty hospital on five acres of land is a community cook that will feed about a thousand people a day.

A research center and a mosque, named after the great freedom fighter Shaheed Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah, in which two thousand Namazis live at the same time.

He said that eleven sets of cards had been given to Vishal Singh, Vice Chairman of the Ayodhya Development Authority. The trust has also deposited Rs 89,000 as a processing fee for approving the card.

Trustee captain Afzal stated that the project map is large and very different from regular maps so it cannot be applied online. Therefore, the Ayodhya Development Authority was asked to approve the map offline.

Captain Afzal has also expressed deep concern that the Income Tax Department of the Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation is not issuing an 80G tax exemption certificate. He said that because of this, the donation to the trust has stopped and it will become an obstacle to the start of our project. He called on the central government and the Treasury Department to intervene.

An 11-sentence map of the Dhannipur Project was submitted Monday by Captain Afzal Ahmed, Trustee of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation. Now the agency will seek permission to issue an offline card by writing a letter to the government. In addition, the agency’s team will confirm the trust soon after all charges for handing over the card are determined. Vishal Singh, VC Ayodhya Development Agency

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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