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Gyanvapi case | Hindu petitioners’ petition maintainable: Varanasi Court

Rejecting the petition of the Muslim side, the Varanasi court said that the petition of five Hindu petitioners seeking the right to offer prayers throughout the year in the Gyanvapi mosque complex will be heard.

Rejecting the petition of the Muslim side, the Varanasi court said that the petition of five Hindu petitioners seeking the right to offer prayers throughout the year in the Gyanvapi mosque complex will be heard.

The Varanasi district court on September 12 ruled that the petition of five Hindu women for daily worship of Hindu gods and goddesses can go on hearing. Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri case,

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The Varanasi court set aside Order VII, Rule 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) application filed by the Anjuman Intejamiya Masjid Committee, seeking the sustainability of a suit by five Hindu women seeking the right to offer prayers inside the Gyanvapi mosque premises. The challenge was given- during the year. It was deemed that the suit was maintainable and worth trying.

The lawyer representing the Hindu side said, Varanasi District Judge AK Vishvesh had ruled that the Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri case is maintainable.

The court, henceforth, will continue to hear the case filed by Hindu women seeking the right to worship inside the Gyanvapi Masjid, located next to the famous Kashi Vishwanath temple.

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five women Petition was filed for permission for daily worship of Hindu deities Whose idols are located on the outer wall of the Gyanvapi Mosque.

Anjuman Intejamiya Masjid Committee has said Gyanvapi Masjid waqf property and questioned the sustainability of the petition.

Madan Mohan Yadav, the counsel for the Hindu side, had said that the mosque was constructed by demolishing the temple.

The district court is hearing the matter after the order of the top court.

Earlier, a trial court had ordered a videography survey of the premises. The survey work was completed on 16 May and the report was presented in the court on 19 May.

The Hindu side had claimed in the lower court that a Shivling was found during this period. Videography Survey of Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri Complex But this was opposed by the Muslim side.

(with inputs from PTI)

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