Survey will be done again on Saturday at Gyanvapi Masjid located in Varanasi. The police-administration has sealed the entire area. Let us inform that the lower court of Varanasi has said in its decision that the survey will be done inside the Gyanvapi mosque and before May 17, the survey team will have to give its report to the court.
The court had said that the court commissioner appointed by him would not be removed. The court had said that those who obstruct the survey should be punished.
Please tell that this mosque is adjacent to Kashi Vishwanath temple. The Muslim side had raised questions about the court commissioner and demanded his removal.
there was protest
Last week, there was a ruckus in Gyanvapi Masjid over the survey. When the commissioner appointed by the court and the team of lawyers came to survey the Shringar Gauri site located behind the western wall of Gyanvapi Masjid, the people present there raised slogans.
On the other hand, the matter of order of survey has reached the Supreme Court. Senior advocate Huzaifa Ahmadi had on Friday sought an order from the Supreme Court to maintain status quo after the trial court’s order.
The CJI said that if he does not know anything about this, then how can he give any order. He said that he would first read the paper and then pass orders.
What’s the matter?
In April last year, Rakhi Singh and four others had filed a petition in a Benaras court demanding that they should be allowed to worship Shringar Gauri, Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman and other deities. He had said in his petition that there was an image of Shringar Gauri on the western wall of the mosque.
And don’t want to lose the mosque: Owaisi
AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi has expressed displeasure over the Varanasi court’s decision in this matter. Owaisi said in a conversation with ABP News that the way the Babri Masjid was snatched, history is being repeated.
Owaisi said that even in 1991, when some people had gone to the High Court in the Gyanvapi Masjid case, the court had stayed.
In a conversation with ABP News, he said that the Supreme Court in its judgment in the Babri Masjid Ayodhya dispute case, for the Place of Worship Act 1991, said that this act is related to secularism and the basic structure of India.