Survey has started regarding Gyanvapi and Shringar Gauri case. The survey team also includes Special Commissioner and Assistant Commissioner. A team of 36 people went inside the premises in the presence of heavy police forces. The work of videography in this team has started under the leadership of Advocate Commissioner Ajay Mishra. The survey team is carrying out the survey inside the premises. A basement survey has also been done. On the orders of the court, the survey work was resumed in the disputed premises of Gyanvapi.
Photography videography is being done in the Gyanvapi campus on the orders of the court, as well as photography, and videography of the basement is also going on. The premises were closed for a long time, so the dust was removed first. However, Abhay Nath Yadav, the lawyer for the Muslim side, is not included in the survey. His mobile is also switched off. It is being told that the lawyers of the Muslim side have gone to the village to attend their private program.
According to sources, the commission proceedings have been started from the western side of the mosque. During this survey, the architectural style of the back wall, artifacts, etc. will be seen. This process will run from 8 am to 12 noon every day. The three court commissioners have issued notices to all the concerned parties and apprised them of the commission’s proceedings. Commission proceedings will be held by opening the lock of the prayer place on Sunday and the cellar on Monday.
Talking about security, at this time public entry has been closed in 500 meters area. No one is being allowed to enter the Chowk and Godauliya Marg. Talking about the security on the spot, about 2000 security personnel have been deployed. Instructions have been given to take special precautions regarding security on the entire route from Maidagin to Godauliya. It has been said that during the survey, there should be no congestion on the road. It has also been instructed that the people coming and going should not be stopped unnecessarily.
During this, the main entrance of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor has been kept closed till noon. It is being told that during the proceedings of the Court Commission in the Gyanvapi case, the main entrance (Chhattdwar) of Kashi Vishwanath Dham will remain closed till Saturday afternoon. Let us tell you that on Thursday, the Varanasi court had given its decision regarding the Gyanvapi survey. The court had said that whether by opening the lock or breaking the lock, this survey should be completed and the report should be submitted to the court by May 17. Before the start of the survey today, Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agarwal, Police Commissioner A. Satish Ganesh, and DM Kaushalraj Sharma took stock of the area around Gyanvapi. During the proceedings of the commission, there will be a ban on any person stopping or parking a vehicle in front of the Dham.