Inside Gyanvapi Mosque, there is a Shivling fair. After hearing the plaintiff’s demand, the court issued an immediate stern order. The matter will be heard again tomorrow. The survey was in its third day. It should be emphasised that the court-ordered survey has been taking place on the mosque grounds for the past few days.
The Gyanvapi Mosque case in Uttar Pradesh has taken a new turn. During the survey, the court demanded that Shivling be returned to the mosque. The Varanasi Court has ordered that the area be sealed immediately in order to verify the lawyer’s claim.
It should be mentioned that the court ordered recording in the premises and videography of the entire survey procedure in order to resolve the disagreement in the Gyanbapi Mosque issue. The inspection has been taking place in the mosque grounds for the past few days, according to the orders. The survey was in its third day.
- Former Vice President Mike Pence Declares Presidential Bid for 2024, Setting the Stage for a Clash with Trump
- Mukhtar Ansari Sentenced to Life Imprisonment by MP-MLA Court in Awadhesh Rai Murder Case
- Bridge Collapse in Bihar: Under-Construction Sultanganj-Aguani Ghat Bridge Crumbles in Bhagalpur
- Biden Signs Debt Ceiling Deal into Law, Ensuring Economic Stability
- Tragic Train Accident: Coromandel Express Derailed in Collision
When the court stated that Shivling had been discovered in a pond on the grounds of Gyanbapi Mosque, Civil Court Judge Ravi Kumar Divakar ordered that the area be cordoned off immediately to protect the evidence. The case’s next hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.
The area has been shut off to guarantee that no one may reach the contested region, which is the place inside the mosque where the Shivling was discovered, according to the news agency. According to the Varanasi Court ruling, the Commissioner of Police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Commandant will be in charge of the Gyanbapi Mosque’s sealed area, in addition to the district governor.
The Court Commission’s three-day survey came to an end on this day. In the presence of lawyers, the survey was done. The court commission’s survey included Supreme Court counsel Harishankar Jain and his lawyer son Vishnu Shankar Jain.
Members of the commission surveyed a pond on the mosque grounds this morning, according to reports. The entire pond’s water is sucked out for this. Shivling was found from that pond, according to lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain. According to another lawyer, Subhash Nandan Chaturvedi, Muslim community members used to perform ablution (wuzu) purifying rituals with the pond’s water.