Barjapur Panchua Riyad Jame Masjid is located on 17 percent of the land on the west side of B/77 Welfare Office Road of Kapasia, the oldest town of two thousand years. Where more than five hundred Muslims can pray together. Sheikh Abdullah bin Musa Al Ismail of Saudi Arabia financed the construction of the mosque. Tanjim Ahmed Sohail Taj was born in 2000 by the former Minister of State of the Ministry of Home Affairs of Bangladesh. The mosque is also known as the Big Mosque as it is the largest in the surrounding area.
It is a matter of great sadness that sometimes congregations are not held properly in this mosque. The imam of the mosque, Mr. Abu Yusuf Maulvi, is the imam and muezzin of the mosque. The mosque is currently being looked after by Angur Militari – ex-soldier, Bangladesh Army.
The mosque is always empty due to lack of worshippers. There is always an uninterrupted silence. So I felt the need for a madrasa and Islamic public library to increase the number of mosques and perform five daily prayers properly. As a result there will be movement of people. A group of youths from the Wellsion Human Welfare Association tried to establish an open library for welfare seekers and the Welfion Al Islamia Darul Qur’an Cadet Madrasah, but it was not possible to implement it due to financial constraints. The establishment of modern public libraries and madrasas will spread the light of knowledge that will illuminate the world. Moreover it is also possible to have IT training rooms for IT skills. Students studying in madrasas will create a stir around the world with their knowledge skills. The mosque has a three-story foundation. If at least two floors are completed, a madrasa and public library can be established, as a result of which the mosque will offer at least five daily prayers in congregation. So attention is drawn to the one who financed and inspired the construction of the mosque.
Mr. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Musa Al Ismail and Mr. Tanjim Ahmed Sohail Taj, former Minister of State of Bangladesh Ministry of Interior, who financed the construction of the mosque, we are hopeful that a solution will come. Once the lock on the mosque is completed, it will be possible to set up a madrasa and a public library.
The construction of Madrasas and public libraries requires government initiatives, the help and cooperation of local people and scholars. Therefore, I am drawing the attention of the Ulama to look into the matter seriously.
The mosque will be developed if the Muslims are optimistic financiers Mr. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Musa Al Ismail of Riyadh city of Saudi Arabia and Mr. Tanzim Ahmed Sohail Taj, former Minister of State of the Ministry of Interior of Bangladesh.