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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Varanasi | Sept 12, 2022:: In the much-discussed Gyanavapi-Shringar Gauri case, the decision of the Varanasi District Judge’s court has come in favor of the Hindu side. The court has considered the plea allowing worship at Maa Shringar Gauri temple in Gyanvapi premises to be hearable. The court rejected the petition of the Muslim side. The next hearing of the case will be on September 22. Here, the advocates of the Muslim side have said to challenge this decision of the district judge in the High Court.
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Regarding the application of Rule 7 Rule 11, the District Judge Dr. of Ajay Krishna Vishves dismissed the plea of Muslim sude. The three main points raised by the Muslim side- the Places of Worship Act, the Kashi Vishwanath Trust and the Waqf Property matters – as the points not the hear the case of Hindu side for worship inside Gyanvapi Mosque where Hindu deities are visible – were rejected by the court and the Sringar Gauri case was admitted to be heard. The District Judge read the 26-page order in about 10 minutes. All the parties were present during this time.
Though, there is a wave of joy among the people of the Hindu sides after the court’s decision, Varanasi is kept on on high alert. Varanasi Police are keeping strict vigilance in Kachhari premises, Kashi Vishwanath Dham area and other sensitive areas. The Supreme Court had referred the case in May 2022 to the district judge’s court to decide whether the Shringar Gauri case was admissible or not. It is worth noting that more than six lawsuits are pending in different courts regarding Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanavapi Masjid.
On 18 August 2021, the Shringar Gauri regular darshan poojan (through out the year) case was filed by Rakhi Singh and four other women in a court in Varanasi. The case was being heard by a Civil Judge Court in Varanasi. The then Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Diwakar had appointed Court Commissioner and ordered to conduct a survey of Gyanwapi. Against this, the advocates of the Anjuman Intjam or committee of the Muslim party went to the Supreme Court. The Anjuman Intejamia Committee had appealed to the Supreme Court against the commission’s action and questioned the maintainability of the case, but did not get any success.
After the survey proceedings competed on May 16, 2022, the hearing of the case was transferred to the District Court from May 23, 2022 on the orders of the Supreme Court. From the last week of June, arguments were being presented continuously by the lawyers of the Hindu side and the Muslim side on this case. On Monday, the court ruled in favor of the Hindu sides.
According to the claim of the Hindu sides, before 1993, some parts of the mosque used to worship according to Hindu customs and the whole structure of this Gyanwapi mosque was built by demolishing the temple on its ruins. On the other hand, the Muslim party has been constantly insisting that the character of any religious place cannot be changed after 1947 as per The Places of Worship Act, 1991; accordingly, the proceedings of the instant case is also wrong. Now the district judge’s decision has given an approval for the claims of the Hindu side.
The matter of Shringar Gauri regular darshan will now proceed further. As theMuslim side may approach a higher court against the decision, It is believed that this case will continue for a long time. . The next hearing in the district judge’s court will be on September 22.
Hari Shankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain, the advocate duo for the Hindu sides expressed a pleasure with the Varanasi District Court’s decision and told HENB that it is a success for the dedicated service as rendered by the whole lawyer team in favour of the Hindu Side.
“The blessings of Kashi Viswanath Bhagwan are always with us and Sanatan Dharma will get victory in this case ultimately to remove the sign of Mughal attacks and humiliation upon Hindus with the help of constitutional and judicial measures,” Vishnu Shankar Jain added.
In a tweet Adv Vishnu Shankar Jain expressed his concern as: “Today’s judgment is a landmark and the misnomer of places of worship act,1991 as well as waqf act 1995 has been rejected. Dharm ki jay ho, adharm ka nash ho“.
It is known latest that CrPC 144 has been imposed in Varanasi for averting any detonation of the law and order situation in the city.
__Inputs from Amar Ujala | NDTV | Zee News.