What did Asaduddin Owaisi say on the court’s decision in Mathura’s Shahi Idgah case?

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Asaduddin Owaisi On Krishna Janmabhoomi Row: There will also be a court hearing on the Krishna Janmabhoomi Idgah Masjid dispute in Mathura. The district court of Mathura has allowed the petition for hearing. On this matter AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi (Asaduddin Owaisi) statement has also come to the fore. He reminded of the agreement between Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh of Mathura and Shahi Idgah Trust.

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He said that the Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh of Mathura and the Shahi Idgah Trust had resolved their issues through an agreement in 1968. The Places of Worship Act 1991, also prohibits such cases from going to court. But the law no longer matters. Looting the respect of Muslims is now the only goal. Along with this, Owaisi also tweeted a copy of the agreement between Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh and Shahi Idgah Trust.

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Claimed to have constructed Idgah on the land of Keshavdev temple
Let us tell you that a court in Mathura on Thursday accepted the petition for consideration, in which a request has been made to direct the removal of the Shahi Idgah. The court has fixed July 1 for hearing. A lawyer for the Hindu side gave this information. The petition claimed that EidThe Gah was built on the land of Keshavdev Temple which is the birthplace of Lord Krishna.

Krishna Janmabhoomi Complex is spread over an area of ??13.37 acres.
Advocate Hari Shankar Jain said that the court has accepted one of the many petitions filed in the matter for consideration. The Krishna Janmabhoomi complex is spread over an area of ??13.37 acres. According to the petition, the mosque has been built on the land of the temple.

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