Gyanvapi case: Whether 1991 Worship Act will be implemented or not, decision will come on May 24

Gyanvapi Case: During the hearing, the Muslim side argued that prayers have been held here for years. In response to which the Hindu side said that even though Namaz has been held here, the original character of the place belongs to the temple itself. Significantly, in today's hearing, 23 people from both sides were present in the court. Former court commissioner Ajay Mishra was not included in today's hearing as his name was not in the list.

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Varanasi: The Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri case was debated for 45 minutes in the Varanasi district court on Monday, after which Judge Ajay Krishna Vishvas reserved his verdict. Today, citing the 1991 Places of Worship Act on behalf of the Muslim side, a demand was made to dismiss the case of the Hindu side. On which arguments were also presented from the side of the Hindu side. After hearing the arguments of both the parties, the court reserved the decision. On Tuesday, May 24, at 2 o'clock, the court will now give its verdict in this matter.


During the hearing, the Muslim side argued that prayers have been held here for years. In response to this the Hindu side said that even though Namaz has been held here, the original character of the place belongs to the temple itself. Significantly, in today's hearing, 23 people from both sides were present in the court. Former court commissioner Ajay Mishra was not included in today's hearing as his name was not in the list. The order of the Supreme Court, the hearing of the case has started in the district judge's court today. The court has also ordered to settle the entire matter in 8 weeks.


Till now the hearing of this case was going on in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Diwakar. So far, the commission report of the action of the Advocate Commissioner has also been filed in this case on the orders of the court. Today there are two pending applications which were to be heard. One of these applications has been filed on behalf of the plaintiff i.e the temple side and the other on behalf of the government advocate.


On behalf of the plaintiff, the action of an Advocate Commissioner has been demanded by removing the basement wall and the debris present there, including worshipping Maa Shringar Gauri located in the Gyanvapi complex and keeping the deities located in the premises safe. At the same time, in the reservoir in which the alleged Shivling has been found on behalf of the Government Advocate, an application has been given on three points including the protection of the life of the fish present which was to be heard.