Gyanvapi Mosque News
The counsel representing the Hindu side showed a map to the Allahabad High Court which purportedly indicated existence of Hindu deities on the disputed site in Varanasi. The map was shown to prove the existence of Hindu deities prior to demolition of a temple to build a mosque. Hari Shankar Jain, the counsel appearing for Hindu side also noted that “these deities were regularly worshipped at their respective places till the year 1993 when this practice was stopped by an order issued by the then state government.”
The Varanasi court has considered the petition of the Hindu side on the Gyanvapi matter as admissible. The decision of the court has shocked the Muslim side, as the court has rejected their petition. On the decision of the court, the Hindu side has said that the decision is in our favor, it is our victory. In the petition, the Hindu side had requested that the worship of Jyotirlinga should be started with immediate effect and the premises should be handed over to the Hindus. The court has fixed December 2 as the next date of hearing.
The Varanasi court has considered the petition of the Hindu side on the Gyanvapi case as admissible. The decision of the court has shocked the Muslim side as their petition has been been dismissed. On the decision of the court, the Hindu side has said that the decision is in our favor, it is our victory.
The Muslim side has got a shock on the Gyanvapi case from the Varanasi court. The court has rejected the application of the Muslim side on 7 November. The reactions of the lawyers of the Hindu side have come to the fore on the court's decision. They said that there will be a hearing on permission for worship on December 2, in which we will demand the right to worship immediately.
A new suspense has come from the verdict of the Varanasi District Court in the Gyanvapi case. The court has rejected Gyanvapi's demand for carbon dating and scientific investigation. This is a big setback for the Hindu side. But he has announced to challenge the decision in the High Court and Supreme Court.
In the Gyanvapi case, the Varanasi District Court, while giving a big verdict, dismissed the petition of the Hindu side and said that there will be no carbon dating of 'Shivling'. On this decision, Hindu side's lawyer Vishnu Jain has given a big statement saying that we are not disappointed with the decision, will challenge it in the Supreme Court.
Today is a very important day for the Gyanvapi case and a decision on carbon dating of Gyanvapi will come from the Varanasi district court in a while. Varanasi district judge AK Vishvesh will deliver the verdict. The court will decide whether to test the Gyanvapi complex by carbon dating or scientific method.