Belonging to different religions, youths of Ajitwal village in Moga district of Punjab renovated a mosque that was being used as a halt for commuters and traders, who passed through the National Highway-95 in the pre-Independence era. The three-century-old mosque had been in a bad shape for decades until youths of the village took up the task to renovate it. Shahi Imam of Punjab Maulana Habibur Rehman Saani Ludhianvi, who visited the mosque on December 12 praised the youths, particularly those belonging to Hindu and Sikh sects, for restoring it and setting up an example of religious harmony. The Hindu and Sikh leaders handed over the keys of the mosque to Maulana Habibur Rehman. The Muslims are enthusiastically restoring regular prayers in the mosque.
Majlis-e-Ahrare-e-Islam Hind has been trying to revive the religious values of such abandoned mosques since the partition and it has succeeded to restore 100 mosques till the date.