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It has proposed wooden edging at a cost and such edging is only a short-term solution as it will quickly decay and erode away.

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Petition organiser Mehboob Matloob, of the Walsall Muslim Organisation said the group wanted to hold talks with the council.

Mr Matloob, of Nutmeg Grove, Chuckery, whose brother Mohammed Ramzan Matloob and grandmother Lala Bibi are buried at the cemetery, said: The report prepared for the meeting does not meet the requests of the petitioners and Walsall Muslim Organisation feels it does not go far enough.

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