The ruckus on the Gyanvapi mosque, which is going on in three courts, continues. The cross is over. Meanwhile, the Allahabad High Court has adjourned the hearing in Varanasi’s Kashi-Viswanath Mandir-Gyanvapi Masjid case till July 6. Today the hearing was held in the Allahabad High Court in the matter related to the Gyanvapi dispute.
The hearing was held in a single bench of Justice Prakash Padia. In which the Hindu side first completed its remaining arguments. On behalf of the self-styled god Vishweshwar, the debate of the Muslim side took place after the completion of the argument of his litigant friend Vijay Shankar Rastogi.
After the arguments of the Hindu side were over, Puneet Gupta, the advocate of the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, argued. After this complete hearing, the Muslim parties will continue to argue on the next hearing as well. It is believed that if there is time left after this, then the UP government can also present its side.
In fact, whether the trial filed in 1991, 31 years ago, can be heard in the Varanasi court or not, the High Court is mainly to decide. Along with this, many other issues are also to be debated, including getting the survey conducted by the ASI (Archaeology Department).
It was juma today. A huge crowd of worshipers was seen outside the Gyanvapi complex for Friday prayers. Before the Friday prayers, there was a lot of activity in Kashi, so the mosque committee appealed to the worshipers to go to another mosque. Let us tell you that only around 20 Namazis were allowed to go to Gyanvapi Masjid, but there was a rally.
Namazis were seen waiting for their turn. It is being said that 700 namazis have reached the mosque. After this, the gate of the mosque has been closed. So due to the sealing of the Wazukhana there, the worshipers were asked to do the ablution(wuzu) and come.
The district administration has taken possession of the Wazukhana in the mosque premises. The toilet has also been sealed. Whereas let us tell you that in order to avoid all this, the committee had already appealed that at least a number of Namazis should come to the mosque. But this appeal did not appear to have any effect. It happened that the door had to be closed as a crowd gathered in the mosque.
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