LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi case: Important hearing in Gyanwapi mosque case today, petition for survey of Taj Mahal

LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi case: Important hearing in Gyanwapi mosque case today, petition for survey of Taj Mahal

LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi Case: The Hindu side claims that there is strong evidence of a temple under the Gyanwapi Mosque.
LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi case: Important hearing in Gyanwapi mosque case today, petition for survey of Taj Mahal

LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi case: An important hearing will be held in the court today regarding the Gyanwapi Mosque in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The mosque premises have been serviced on the order of the court, the report of which will be presented today. However, all the work could not be completed due to the commotion on the part of the Muslims. The matter will be taken to court. At the same time, the Muslim side has requested to change the Advocate Commissioner who was acting on the commission. This will also be heard today. After the Gyanwapi Mosque, the case of Taj Mahal has also reached the court. A BJP leader has asked the Lucknow bench of the high court to open 22 locked rooms of the Taj Mahal and have them surveyed by the ASI (Archaeological Survey of India). If the court approves the petition, it will be a big deal. Read updates on both cases

LIVE Varanasi Gyanwapi case: Important hearing in court today

The Anjuman-e-Inamia Masjid Committee will hear on Monday the petition filed in the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Ravi Kumar Devakar on Saturday to replace the Advocate Commissioner. Lawyers of Anjuman-e-Insafiya Masjid Committee have questioned the functioning of the Advocate Commissioner and appealed for his replacement. The court allowed the Advocate Commissioner and the plaintiffs to present their case and sought objections.

The court said that the respondent Anjuman-e-Insafiya Masjid Committee has questioned the work of the Advocate Commissioner. At the same time, on behalf of the plaintiff’s administration, administration and the police commissioner, the public prosecutor has asked the advocate commissioner to be fair. A copy of the petition has not yet been received by the plaintiff’s lawyers, nor was the Advocate Commissioner present in court on May 7 to present his case.

Taj Mahal was once Teju Mahal, petition filed

A petition has been filed in the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court seeking to reveal the truth about the history of the Taj Mahal. It has been said that a committee should be formed to find out the facts. In addition, the 22 locked rooms of the Taj Mahal should be opened and investigated as many people believe that it was actually the temple of Lord Shankar which was demolished to make way for the Taj Mahal.

The petition was filed in the court registry on Saturday. After going through the registry, a hearing will be held before the concerned bench. The petition also sought to declare the laws enacted in 1951 and 1958 unconstitutional, declaring the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri Fort and the Red Fort in Agra as historic buildings. The petition filed by Dr. Rajneesh Singh, a resident of Ayodhya, names the Central Government, the Archaeological Survey of India and the State Government as opposition parties.

The petition, citing the book Taj Mahal by historian PN Oak, claims that the Taj Mahal is in fact the Teju Mahal, built by King Parmardi Deo in 1212 AD. He was later patronized by Maharaja Manshih of Jaipur. The Mughal ruler Shah Jahan had snatched this palace from Mansih. The petition also cites the recent controversy over the detention of Jagad Guru Parmahansa of Ayodhya and his saffron attire. It was said that after a thorough study of the committee, all disputes arising out of the Taj Mahal would be settled and it would be good for communal harmony.


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