Survey of Gyanvapi Masjid of Varanasi has been completed. The lawyer involved in the survey told after the first day’s survey that there were snakes, urns, bells, swastikas, Sanskrit shlokas and sculptures of Swan have been found, while on the last day of the survey, it has been claimed to have found a Shivling in the well. The survey work which lasted for three days in Gyanvapi Masjid of Varanasi has ended. On the third day, the survey team investigated the well near the idol of Nandi.
Lawyer Vishnu Jain claims that Shivling was found inside the well and he is going to the civil court to take possession. A water proof camera was inserted inside for the videography of the ancient well. The survey work was over with the third round. In the three-day survey, videography of the Gyanvapi Mosque from the basement to the dome and the western walls was done. Now this evidence will be presented before the court. Advocate Madan Mohan Yadav claimed that a 12 feet 8 inches long Shivling has been found in the Vajukhana of Gyanvapi. They say that this Shivling is in front of Nandiji and was seen after taking out all the water, Shivling is 12 feet 8 inches, which was deep inside. A detailed report of the survey will be submitted on Tuesday as per the instructions of the Varanasi Court. After this, the court has ordered to seal the place where the Shivling was claimed to be found. Also, the entry of anyone to that place should be banned.
Demands are to preserve the Wazu Khana until the reports are submitted to the court. A figure has been found right in the middle of the thirty-by-thirty-foot Wazu Khana, about which is being claimed as a Shivling, on the contrary some say it is a part of a fountain, which used to work ten years ago. Meanwhile, water has been filled in the Wazu Khana so that the worshipers do not face any problem and there is a security personnel of CRPF so that no one can tamper with the Wazu Khana.
Meanwhile, the Allahabad High Court will head the petition of the Central Sunni Waqf Board and Intazamiya Committee at 2 pm on Monday. The High Court has been hearing the case since last year. A plea by the Intazamia committee seeking a ban on the ongoing survey is also pending in the Supreme Court.
The court commissioner will file the survey report in the sessions court tomorrow. The sealed report will open in the court itself. The survey information of Gyanvapi Masjid has not been leaked by any member, the court itself is the custodian of the survey information.