The extremist government of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh demolished the ancient mosque of Muslims.
According to the report, the mosque built during the time of Sher Shah Suri in the Indian city of Prayagraj (Allahabad) has been demolished. Social media users say that the mosque was demolished for putting up the Pakistani flag, but according to the media, the mosque was demolished to widen the road.
A video is being shared by Indian social media users claiming that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has demolished a centuries-old Muslim mosque.
Users say that the Pakistani flag was planted on this mosque, on which the mosque was demolished.
On the other hand, according to the Indian fact-checking account ‘De-Intent Data’, the reason for the demolition of the mosque by the state government was neither the Pakistani flag nor it has anything to do with any religious issue, but the mosque was demolished to widen a road. Demolished for
Some Twitter users also say that the Allahabad administration has done injustice by demolishing this mosque despite the matter being heard in court.
Journalist Ahmed Khabir wrote in his tweet that this mosque was built during the reign of King Sher Shah Suri and it has been demolished to widen GT Road.
According to Ahmed Khabeer, Imam of Shahi Masjid says that the court was supposed to hear the matter on January 16. However, the mosque was demolished before the court decision.