He said that on July 15, the Ayodhya Development Authority had issued a letter to several other departments, including the fire department, to issue NOCs for the construction of the mosque and the super-speciality hospital and research center to be built alongside it. Only the fire department did an on-site inspection on it and instead of issuing NOC it was stopped. Objection was raised that according to the map of the mosque and the hospital, the approach road should be 12 meters, whereas both the access roads at the site are not more than 6. Not only meters, the width of the main road is only about 4 meters. Khan says that the fire department has said in its letter that no objection certificate can be issued only if there is a 12 meter access road.
According to the mosque trust IICF, after the Supreme Court’s decision in the temple-mosque case, the Ayodhya administration had given this land on the instructions of the Uttar Pradesh government. The administration has allotted 5 acres of land for the construction of the mosque in Dhanipur village in the rural area, 27 km from the Ayodhya headquarters. Therefore, a 12 meter road should be built on it as soon as possible so that the construction of Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation Trust Mosque, Hospital Community Kitchen and Research Center can start in Dhanipur.