The regular hearing of the Gyanvapi-Maa Shringar Gauri case was held from today in the court of Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwas, District Judge, Varanasi. After hearing different sides for about 45 minutes today, the court has fixed September 29 as the next date of hearing in the case.
Read what happened today in the district judge’s court…
Vadini women have filed caveat petition
On September 12, the court of the District Judge of Varanasi had ordered that the hearing of the Shringar Gauri case would continue. With this the demand of Anjuman Intejamiya Masajid Committee regarding non-trial hearing was rejected.
The Masajid Committee is preparing to file a revision petition in the Allahabad High Court against the order of the District Judge. In view of the revision petition of the Masajid Committee, a caveat petition has been filed in the High Court on behalf of the women of the Hindu side. So that, before giving any order, the court must hear the side of the women.
Case was filed a year ago
On 18 August 2021, under the leadership of Jitendra Singh Bisen, the head of Vishwa Vaidik Sanatan Sangh, Rakhi Singh of Delhi and Sita Sahu, Manju Vyas, Rekha Pathak and Lakshmi Devi of Varanasi filed a case in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Diwakar.
The five women had demanded that permission should be given for regular darshan-worship in the temple of Maa Shringar Gauri located in the Gyanvapi complex. Along with this, complete arrangements should be made for the protection of the Deities of other deities located in the Gyanvapi complex. While setting up a commission to know the status of the spot, the court had ordered for appointment of advocate commissioner and lobbying within three days.
In opposition to this, the Anjuman Intejamiya Masajid Committee said that the Shringar Gauri case was not worthy of hearing. Following the directions of the Supreme Court, the District Judge’s Court of Varanasi ruled that the Shringar Gauri case is maintainable.
Also read: Judgment in favor of Hindus in Gyanvapi dispute: Court dismissed the petition of Muslim side, said – Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case is worth hearing
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