Owaisi said on Gyanvapi survey; ‘After Babri we will not let another mosque be lost’

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Comparing the demolition of Babri Masjid with the survey being conducted at Gyanvapi Masjid, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi confirmed that he will not allow the change of status of another mosque. Addressing a public meeting in Ahmedabad on Saturday, he raised the issue and called for increasing the representation of Muslims in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly as well as Parliament. Later addressing a media briefing, he emphasized that it was not possible to change the status of Gyanvapi Masjid due to the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991.

Asaduddin Owaisi at a function of Eid Milap remarked, “I am of the opinion that you can ensure the success of your representatives by your vote. I have come here to tell you this. I have come here to tell you and the government- we We have lost one Babri Masjid. We will not lose another. You took away our mosque by killing justice. Remember, you will not be able to snatch another mosque.”

Justifying his remark, he said, “We lost a mosque (Babri Masjid). In 1948, you placed idols in the mosque at night. Then, you closed the mosque. You ordered 30 pages and opened the locks. You told the Supreme Court that you will not touch the mosque but you demolished the mosque. Most importantly, no one broke the mosque. Not a single person was punished.”

The AIMIM chief elaborated, “As per the 1991 law, you cannot do this. The Supreme Court has ruled that this law is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution. You go to Qutub Minar and Mathura. You go to implement the law. are in government.”

Gyanvapi Mosque Survey

Amid heavy security, 40% of the videographic survey in the Gyanvapi mosque complex was completed on Saturday. According to sources, 4 basements were surveyed. Firstly, barricades were put up to prevent vehicular movement and all surveyors were strictly instructed to keep their mobile phones outside the mosque premises. Besides, shops within a radius of about 500 meters from the mosque remained closed till the first day of the survey. The survey will resume tomorrow at 8 am.

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