These days the discussion of the temple-mosque dispute is in full swing in the country. You will also be exposed to the Gyanvapi Masjid controversy. The matter was heard in the district court of Varanasi today. After hearing the arguments of both the sides, the court reserved the decision. This judgment will be heard tomorrow, Tuesday at 2 pm. Along with this, what will be the outline of the next hearing, will also be announced tomorrow.
The court can now hear on Tuesday which issues should be heard first. The district judge’s court may decide tomorrow whether to hear the petition first or to hear the objections in the Shringar Gauri case first.
In fact, the country’s top court had referred the matter to the Varanasi court and the Supreme Court has directed that the trial be completed within eight weeks. The hearing began on Monday before a district judge in Varanasi on the orders of the Supreme Court. Both the parties put their demands in the court of the civil judge but the court adjourned the hearing till tomorrow without giving any decision.
Both the sides put forth their stand and the court heard their case. After hearing the entire matter, the court has reserved its decision till 2 pm tomorrow. The court on Tuesday decided to consider other supplementary petitions in the matter. So right there, the Hindu side has demanded the commission’s report, video and photo from the court.
Meanwhile, a heavy police force was deployed outside the court premises ahead of the commencement of the court hearing. Only parties and lawyers were allowed entry. Earlier, Ajay Mishra, the court commissioner appointed for the survey, was also sent back as his name was not on the list.
Ajay Mishra was removed from the post during the last hearing. The judge has given the list of those coming to the court to the police. Admission was given on the basis of this list. So at the same time, a big statement from petitioner Sohanlal has come out on Gyanvapi. He said that the court’s decision will be fully respected, whether there is a Shivling in the mosque or a fountain is for the court to decide!