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Allahabad High Court bans archaeological survey of Gyanvapi Masjid, calls the order of the lower court baseless

The Allahabad Excessive Courtroom has stayed the order of the Civil Courtroom to conduct an archaeological survey of the land of the Gyanvapi Masjid adjoining to the Vishwanath temple in Varanasi. A single bench of Justice Prakash Padia has requested all of the events to file contemporary replies in two weeks. Until then the choice of the decrease court docket might be stayed. Together with this, the Excessive Courtroom has additionally stayed any proceedings in the primary case filed in 1991 until the subsequent listening to. Now the subsequent listening to of the case might be on November 8.

This choice of the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom has given rapid aid to the Muslim events. Whereas staying the order of the survey on the petition of the mosque administration and the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, the one bench termed the order of Senior Division Civil Choose, Varanasi as baseless. The bench mentioned that though the matter is pending within the higher court docket, the decrease court docket will not be empowered to go the order.

The Senior Division Civil Choose of Varanasi had ordered the survey on a petition on 8 April 2021. The court docket had additionally requested the ASI to kind a five-member committee to search out out the truth by survey after digging. The order was challenged within the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom by the Masjid’s Association Committee and the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, on which the Excessive Courtroom had reserved the choice after the completion of the listening to on August 31.

It’s price mentioning that the case was filed in 1991 relating to having a temple in Gyanvapi Masjid and giving proper to worship to Hindus and many others. The order of the Classes Courtroom within the matter was challenged within the Excessive Courtroom in 1997. In December 2019, Lord Vishweshwar’s litigant Vijay Shankar Rastogi filed an attraction within the court docket of Civil Choose Senior Division Ashutosh Tiwari looking for instructions for archaeological survey of the mosque because of the litigation pending within the Excessive Courtroom for a number of years. It’s claimed that beneath the construction are the archaeological stays of Kashi Vishwanath temple.


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