Temple, mosque drop prey to historic Telangana Secretariat demolition KCR promises to rebuild

KCR regrets damage to temple, mosque

A day after two mosques and a temple ended up demolished as part of the ongoing demolition actions for the construction of new secretariat sophisticated in Hyderabad, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday, July 10, expressed regret about the problems prompted to locations of worship through the demolition of previous properties and promised that the government will assemble a new temple and mosque at their expenditure.

Rao expressed ‘regret and ache around some inconvenience’ prompted to the spiritual buildings at the old Secretariat sophisticated.

Expressing ‘regret and pain in excess of some inconvenience’ triggered to the religious buildings at the old Secretariat intricate, Rao mentioned, “I truly feel sorry about the incident. It need to not have transpired. The government’s intention is to construct a new advanced by demolishing the previous buildings without resulting in any hurt to the temple or the mosque.”

The Telangana chief minister said that in the new Secretariat premises, a new temple and mosque would be created on a a lot more spacious spot even if it intended shelling out crores of rupees.

“We will build a temple and a mosque in the new Secretariat premises in a extra roomy way even if it signifies shelling out crores of rupees. We will construct the temple and mosque at authorities value and hand them in excess of to the persons worried. I will have a conference with the temple and mosque management incredibly quickly. Soon after speaking about with them, together with the new Secretariat, sites of worship will also be made. This is my assure,” an official release quoted him as indicating.

This announcement comes a working day following spiritual leaders from the Muslim community, like Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, and the BJP, threatened to protest from the Telangana authorities.

‘Telangana govt remained secular’

KCR maintained that his authorities remained secular. “Telangana is a secular condition. We will keep on to adhere to the secular spirit, occur what may. This incident occurred unexpectedly. Every person should understand this thoroughly devoid of prejudice,” the CM mentioned.

Owaisi on temple, mosque demolition

Reacting to KCR’s statement, Owaisi mentioned, “Gained the following assertion pertaining to the areas of worship in the not long ago demolished Secretariat elaborate: Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao has expressed his regret & discomfort about some inconvenience induced to the temple and Mosque in the Secretariat premises due to the demolition is effective taking put there. The CM declared that in the new Secretariat premises by itself, a new temple and Mosque would be manufactured in a additional spacious website, at the government’s value.”

The AIMIM chief also reported: “In-depth statement will be issued by United Muslim Discussion board extremely shortly. I welcome the assertion issued by @TelanganaCMO expressing governing administration regret on the demolition of Masjids and Temples through the demolition of the Secretariat properties.”

Issue of Sharia, Muslim neighborhood kept in dim

This final decision of KCR govt stirred havoc among the Muslim neighborhood of Telangana, as the Islamic clerics and the scholars allege that they were being stored in the dark about the demolition of the two mosques. They also declare that the govt observed these web sites as obstruction because the commencing of the building of the new secretariat.

New Telangana Secretariat building design

New Telangana Secretariat creating style and design.

According to reviews, the demolition began at midnight on Monday and the mosques, Masjid Dafaatir-e-Muatamadi, Masjid-e-Hashmi located in the C Block and D block of the premises, were demolished right away.

The original reports prompt the copies of the Quran and prayer mats ended up moved out of the mosque prior to the demolition. The mosques were shut owing to the coronavirus lockdown and the mosque which remains crowded all through Friday prayers, was vacant as no one particular was authorized to visit amid the lockdown.

Leaders of the United Muslim Discussion board (UMF) named the demolition of the two mosques ”tragic” and ”unconstitutional”. According to the Islamic perception, the mosque continues to be the property of Almighty Allah and its standing can under no circumstances be altered as it is a subject of Sharia. They mentioned Muslims were indignant with the authorities around its action mainly because according to the Islamic belief. Beforehand, Mohammed Mahmood Ali, deputy main minister assured the mosques will continue being untouched.

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