SRINAGAR — Post the construction of the Ram Temple, Ayodhya district of Uttar Pradesh is set to witness the establishment of India’s largest mosque.
Sources privy to the Development told the news agency KNS that the forthcoming state-of-the-art mosque namely Mohammad Bin Abdullah is set to occupy an expansive area which will surpass the footprint of the recently constructed Ram Temple.
Insiders privy to the matter have divulged that the auspicious laying of the foundation stone for the mosque is slated for May 2024.
Notably, the event will witness the presence of the Imam of Kaaba, adding a global touch to the ceremony. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to join the momentous occasion, and there are indications that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and UAE Absolute ruler and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum may also grace the event, they added.
Sources also said that although initial plans aimed for the foundation stone to be laid in April 2024, it has been rescheduled to May due to the sacred month of Ramadhan and Eid-ul-Fitr.
Within the precincts of the Mohammad Bin Abdullah Mosque, plans are underway to establish a cancer hospital and science laboratory which will enhance the offerings of this significant religious and architectural project, sources added.