The fast track court of Varanasi can give its verdict in the Gyanvapi case today. After hearing the arguments of both the sides in the case, the court had reserved the verdict on October 27 till November 8. However, as the judge was on leave on 8 November, the verdict was postponed till 14 November. After the fixed date of 14 November, Judge Mahendra Pandey had reserved the decision for 17 November.
In the matter, the lower court had on April 26 ordered a videographic survey inside the Gyanvapi campus. In the case, the Hindu side claimed that there is a Shivling inside the mosque. On the other hand, the Muslim side said that the Shivling-like structure is a fountain built inside the Vajukhana. Where Muslims go before offering Namaz. Let us tell you that there has been a demand to restore the ancient Kashi Vishwanath temple at the place where the Gyanvapi mosque is currently located. The petitioners claim that the mosque is part of that temple. The Hindu side says that it is clear from the naked eye that the disputed premises are part of the temple. The Hindu side has sought permission to worship the Shivling found in the mosque.
Mainly 4 demands have been made in the petition
In the Gyanvapi case, Kiran Singh Bisen, wife of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh chief Jitendra Singh Bisen, had filed this petition. Four points have been raised in this petition, in which it has been said that regular food arrangements should be made for Adi Vishweshwar, because the Shivling has appeared, so that place should be completely handed over to the Hindus. Also, the entry of non-Hindus should be prohibited and the disputed structure built over the temple should be removed. Let us explain point by point what are the demands of the Hindu side?
Regular worship of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Shambhu Virajman should be started immediately.
The entry of Muslims in the Gyanvapi campus should be banned.
The entire Gyanvapi campus should be given to Hindus.
The disputed structure built over the temple should be removed.
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