HYDERABAD, India: Muslim groups and many Old City residents called on people to help rebuild mosques and spread brotherhood in the city. “We want to give a message to our youths to rehabilitate mosques by establishing prayers. It’s time we took care of our historic structures,” said Asif Alam, a trader in Begum Bazaar, according to a report in the Times of India.
Many mosques in the Old City and across Hyderabad need attention and people said there was a need to care for them. There are many mosques requiring attention and public representatives should take up the matter to construct all of them,” said Syed Iftekar Hussaini, a member of the Association of Save Waqf Properties (ASWP). “It hurts every Muslim in the city of Hyderabad.”