Gyanvapi Mosque Case: The Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri dispute will be heard in the district court for the first time today after it was transferred from the sessions court. This hearing will be held at 2 o’clock. At the same time, another petition has been filed in the Supreme Court in the Kashi Vishwanath Temple-Gyanvapi Masjid dispute case. Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay has filed a petition demanding that his side should also be heard. He said that this matter is directly related to his right to religious freedom. For centuries, Lord Adi Visheshwar has been worshiped there. This property has always been his.
He further said that his right to property cannot be taken away under any circumstances. Demolition of some parts of the temple and even offering prayers, once the life is established, does not change the religious nature of the temple, unless the idols are shifted from there by the process of immersion. He also argued in his petition that according to Islamic principles, the temple was built by breaking it. No mosque is a valid mosque. The Places of Worship Act of 1991 does not bar it from determining the nature of a religious place. In his petition, he has demanded to dismiss the petition of the Masjid Committee.
Supreme Court directed to complete the hearing in 8 weeks
In fact, the case will be open for the first time in the court of District Judge Ajay Kumar Vishvesh and the case can also be heard daily because the Supreme Court has directed the district court to complete the hearing in 8 weeks. The Hindu side demands that the wall in front of Nandi should be demolished, while the Muslim side argues that the Shivling which is being told is a fountain. The Hindu side has demanded that the investigation of the symbols of the temples found in the mosque should be carried forward, but the Muslim side argues that there should be no sabotage or investigation in the mosque.
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