Upcoming Mosque Complex At Ayodhya To Be Named After Freedom Fighter Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi

Upcoming Mosque Complex At Ayodhya To Be Named After Freedom Fighter Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi

Ayodhya, June 6 (TNA) The upcoming mosque and hospital complex at Dhannipur village of Ayodhya, being built at the land given to the Muslims in lieu of the land given to the Ram Jnam Bhoomi, will be named after freedom fighter and revolutionary Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi. Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi died 164 years ago.

According to the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF), which is constructing the mosque, Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi led the independence movement for more than two years to free Awadh from British rule after the 1857 revolution.

This is the reason why IICF has decided to start all the schemes including mosque, hospital, museum, research center and community kitchen to be built in Dhannipur village in his name.

Upcoming Mosque Complex At Ayodhya To Be Named After Freedom Fighter Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi

IICF Secretary Athar Hussain said that on his martyrdom day it has been decided to start all the projects in his name only. In January, we dedicated the research center to Maulvi Faizabadi, who was a symbol of Hindu-Muslim brotherhood. Even after 160 years of the first war of independence, Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi has not got that rightful place in Indian history yet.

Masjid Sarai, Faizabad, which was the Maulvi's headquarters during the Revolt of 1857, is the only surviving building that preserves his name, an office-bearer said.

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