Varanasi Gyanwapi: Demand for ban on entry of Muslims in Gyanwapi Mosque, hearing on petition today

Varanasi Gyanwapi: The petition, filed in the name of Lord Adi Vishweshwar and Rajaman, seeks daily worship and darshan of Shivling.
Varanasi Gyanwapi: Demand for ban on entry of Muslims in Gyanwapi Mosque, hearing on petition today
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Varanasi Gyanwapi: Another petition has been filed before a civil judge over the Gyanwapi Mosque in Varanasi. The petition has been filed in the name of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Virajman in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division, which will hear the case on Wednesday. The petition calls for banning Muslims from entering the mosque and handing over the place of Shivling to Hindus. Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Devakar will hear the case. Let me tell you, till now the case was with Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Devakar, who has been transferred by the Supreme Court to the District Judge. Ravi Kumar Devakar’s court had ordered survey and videography in Gyanwapi.

Karan Singh, the international general secretary of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Singh, has demanded in a petition that the Muslim side be banned from entering the Gyanwapi campus. The entire Gyanwapi campus should be handed over to the Hindus. The worship of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Swaimbhu Jyotirlinga should be allowed to start which has come before all. The court granted the petition and fixed May 25 for hearing.

Varanasi Gyanwapi: Hearing will be held in the district court from Thursday.

In the Gyanwapi Srinagar Gori case, the first hearing will be held on the retention of the case. District Judge Dr Ajay Krishna Vishwesh passed the order on Tuesday. He has set a date of May 26 for this. At the same time, a copy of the report of the Advocate Commissioner has been ordered to be given around the temple and mosque. There is a week’s time for objections. Hindu Sena has filed a petition in the district judge’s court to become a party in the case. The district judge said in his order that the apex court had asked the mosque to deal with the petition on priority basis. Therefore, it is imperative that the petition of the respondent Anjuman-e-Intezariya Masjid be disposed of first. Other petitions will be heard after that. Earlier, the Civil Judge (Senior Division) had on May 19, 2022, sought objections from the parties on the report of the commission. The said order is currently in force. Both parties can submit objections within seven days.

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