Deccan Waqf Protection Society (DWPS) demanded Government of Telangana and Telangana State Wakf Board (TSWB) to file review petition in the Supreme Court with regard to the precious land of Dargah Hazrath Hussain Shah Wali (R.A) located at Manikonda in Hyderabad.
Dargah Hazrat Hussain Shah Wali has a total of 1654 acres and 32 guntas of Waqf land. During the time of unified Andhra Pradesh, different governments allotted these lands to different institutions through the Industrial Infrastructure Corporation.
The land measuring 1226 acres and 29 guntas was allotted in different phases out of which constructions were made on 818 acres while the remaining 428 acres of land is still vacant.
Telangana Government has won a battle on Manikonda Jagir lands of 1654.32 acres as the Supreme Court today gave a verdict in its favour. The court set aside a verdict of the High Court came in favour of the Waqf Board on Apr 3, 2012.
Osman Bin Mohammed Alhajri, president Deccan Waqf Protection Society alleged that TSWB a winning legal battle deliberately lost in the Apex Court and the Muslims were being cheated with hollow words.
“A case related to Dargah Hazrath Hussain Shah Wali (RA) has deliberately been lost in the Supreme Court by the Telangana State Waqf Board. The cases had been won in Waqf Tribunal and in the High Court, but at the eleventh hour a winning legal battle lost in the Apex Court,” said, Osman Bin Mohammed Al Hajri, president, Deccan Waqf Protection Society.