Which case should be heard first, the court will pronounce its verdict tomorrow


Gyanvapi Case: In the Gyanvapi-Sringar Gauri case of Varanasi, District Judge A. Of. Vishvesh’s court, while hearing on Monday, reserved its decision till Tuesday on ‘which case should be heard first’. Advocate Madan Mohan Yadav of Hindu side told that many petitions have been filed from both the sides in Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri case. Which petition will be heard first, District Judge A.K. Vishwesh’s court will pronounce its verdict on Tuesday.

He told that it has been said from the Hindu side that the commission action has been done earlier, so the Muslim side should raise its objection on this. Government advocate Rana Sanjeev Singh told that the Muslim side has given an application in the court for hearing on whether the case will go on. On which the Muslim side argued in the court today.


He told that the Muslim side claimed that there is an order of the Supreme Court, that whether it is worth prosecuting or not, it should be heard first. On the other hand, the Hindu side said in the court of the District Judge that the court of Civil Judge Senior Division had sought objection from both the parties on the commission proceedings. It should be heard in the district judge’s court first.


Directions to transfer to court

The court of District Judge AK Vishvesh, after hearing the arguments of both the sides, reserved the decision. Significantly, the Supreme Court had last Friday directed to transfer the Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri Complex case from the Court of Civil Judge Senior Division to the Court of District Judge. The Supreme Court had said that considering the sensitivity and complexity of the case, it is better that an experienced judicial officer should hear the matter.

Anjuman Intejamiya Masjid Committee’s advocate Mohammad Tauheed Khan said that the Muslim side has filed a petition in the court saying that it is not worth prosecuting, so it should be dismissed. Apart from this, the Mahant of Kashi Vishwanath temple, Dr. Vice Chancellor Tiwari has filed a petition in the court on Monday for regular worship of the alleged Shivling found in the Gyanvapi complex.


Tiwari said, “I have come from Baba Vishwanath’s side. I have filed a petition today and have demanded regular darshan worship of Baba from the court. I should be allowed to worship Baba’s raga, enjoyment, service and devotees. ” On the other hand, on behalf of District Government Advocate Mahendra Pandey, to remove the fish from the water of the man-made pond located in the premises and to move the pipeline of Vajukhana. A petition was filed on Tuesday last Tuesday, which is to be heard by the court.

Videography survey order

It is noteworthy that on the petition of Rakhi Singh and others, Varanasi Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Diwakar had ordered a videography survey of the Gyanvapi campus. This survey work was completed on May 16, after which its report was submitted to the court. The Hindu side had claimed to have found an alleged Shivling inside the Waju Khana of the Gyanvapi Masjid. Meanwhile, the petition filed by the Muslim side was heard in the Supreme Court.

The Muslim side argued that the survey of the Gyanvapi complex was a violation of the Place of Worship Act 1991. However, the Hindu side claims that during the survey Hindu religious symbols and other things have been found inside the premises.

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