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Sangh Parivar finds Shiva lingam; Wisdom Masjid closed; Moved to another Babri church

New Delhi
The Sangh Parivar additionally tried to riot within the identify of the Varanasi Gnanvapi Masjid in Varanasi, claiming that the Shiva lingam had been discovered. Following this, the Varanasi District Court docket ordered the CRPF to seal off the mosque and its environment. Following the survey, some Hindu teams claimed that the Shiva lingam had been discovered and not using a courtroom order or fee, following a survey of the ruins of a ruined temple close to the west wall of the mosque. Plaintiffs’ lawyer Madan Mohan Yadav claimed that the Shiva lingam was present in a pond within the church premises. It has been alleged that that is an try to show the Gyan Vyapi Masjid into one other Babri Masjid to create communal polarization by focusing on the subsequent Lok Sabha elections. UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya’s assertion that the reality will come out irrespective of how a lot it’s hidden and the present developments are welcome reveals the target of the Sangh Parivar.

5 Hindu ladies have filed a petition alleging that there are ruins of a ruined temple close to the west wall of the Gyan Vyapi Masjid adjoining to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and that they need to be allowed to worship right here day by day. The video survey has been occurring for 2 days now underneath the management of a lawyer commissioner appointed by the courtroom.

The Shiva lingam was claimed to have been discovered on Monday morning, the third day of the survey. No member of the Fee has confirmed this declare. The commissioner’s report will likely be introduced in courtroom on Tuesday.

It’s claimed that the Shiva lingam was discovered when the pool contained in the mosque was drained. Nonetheless, the Masjid Committee stated that it was a spring and never a Shiva lingam. At current, Hindus worship right here yearly. The Allahabad Excessive Court docket had dismissed the petition towards the survey. A bench of Justice DY Chandrachud will hear the petition filed by the church committee within the Supreme Court docket on Tuesday. The Masjid Committee argues that the survey violates the 1991 Shrine Possession Act, which states that shrines ought to stay as they have been on the time of independence.


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