On Monday, the Municipal Corporation was accused of tearing down the boundary wall of a significant Muslim cemetery located in Tatti Annaram village, Hayathnagar, RR District of Telangana.
The demolition of the ancient boundary wall surrounding the Muslim graveyard has sparked a wave of anger within the local community. They are now demanding both justice and the reconstruction of the demolished structure. This incident has brought about significant apprehension regarding the safeguarding of religious sites and the conservation of heritage in the area.
The villagers, comprising individuals from diverse communities, anticipate that the authorities will initiate a comprehensive investigation into the incident. They are hopeful that appropriate legal actions will be taken against the individuals accountable for the demolition.
In an effort to address the situation, Osman Al Hajri, a Congress leader in the region, requested a meeting with Mohammed Masihullah Khan, the Chairman of the Telangana Wakf Board, along with Khaja Moinuddin, the CEO.
Responding promptly, Chairman Masihullah Khan took immediate action by dispatching officials from the Wakf Task Force to assess the damage caused by the demolished wall.
After conducting their inspection, the Chairman reassured Al Hajri of swift measures being taken.