Hearing of Gyanvapi case will continue

Varanasi. In the Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri case, the court in Varanasi dismissed the plea of ​​the Muslim side regarding maintainability of the case and said that the hearing would continue. Having determined this, the application of 7/11 made to the Court by respondent No. 4 Anjuman Intezamiya Masajid Committee was dismissed. The court dismissed the petition of the Muslim side and said that the trial is sub-judice and the next hearing of the matter will be on September 22.
In the court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh, the court has accepted the appeal of the Hindu side.
The Muslim side was not present in the court during the judgment. The court has accepted the arguments of the Hindu side and rejected the objections of the Muslim side. The court held that the matter does not fall under the Worship Act of 1991. Now the district court will next hear the matter on September 22.
During the court’s decision, the lawyers of Hindu side Harishankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain were present in the court. However, the main petitioner Rakhi Singh was not present. The judge had allowed a total of 62 people to be present in the courtroom. The court dismissed the petition of the Muslim side and said that the case was maintainable. The next hearing of the case will be on September 22. In this case, the Muslim side had objected to the permission of worship in the premises by presenting an argument under the Worship Act of 1991. At the same time, the Hindu side said that permission should be given to worship and worship in Shringar Gauri. The Supreme Court had directed the District Court of Varanasi to consider the maintainability of the matter. Manju Vyas, the petitioner of the Hindu side, said after the verdict that India is happy today. My Hindu brothers and sisters should light a lamp to celebrate. (IANS)

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