The morning Fajr namaz is the one that comes under the ambit of these timings.
The trust’s affiliate mosques have reportedly agreed to comply.
Chairman of the trust Shuaib Khatib said, “We are devising an azaan app for mobile phones that will enable every user in every area to receive the sound of the azaan in the comfort of his home at the accurate time.”
Khatib also exhorted mosque managements to involve the local non-Muslim community, bring them into the mosques and explain the significance of calling the faithful to prayer through the centuries old practice of azaan.
“Let our mosques double up as community centres. Let our leaders step forward to quell the misunderstandings, and prevent such issues from surfacing time and again,” he said.