In the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case, the Supreme Court, while dismissing the petition of the Muslim side, has considered the matter to be maintainable. The court has rejected the demand of five women to declare the cases filed by them as not maintainable. The next hearing in the case is now scheduled for September 22.
The top court has also said that it does not consider the matter to be in violation of the Places of Worship Act 1991, Wakf Act 1995. There is a wave of happiness in the Hindu side with this decision. Meanwhile, people are now eyeing two such new cases, which will be heard today.
The dispute of Delhi's Qutub Minar has now reached the court. The Hindu organization has filed a petition in the Saket court that the Qutub Minar has been built by demolishing 27 Hindu deities and Jain temples, so permission should be given to worship in it. In this petition, Qutub Minar has been described as a Vishnu pillar and a demand has been made for the restoration of this temple.
However, the ASI has rejected the claim of the temple. A new petition has been filed in the court regarding its ownership. This court said that till a decision is not reached in the matter of ownership, the petition allowing the worship cannot be decided. The hearing on the proprietary petition will be held today.
The dispute of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi and Shahi Idgah Masjid of Mathura has also reached the court. In a petition filed in the Mathura court demanding the ownership of 13.37 acres of land, there has been a demand to take the entire land and remove the Shahi Idgah Masjid, built on a par with Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi. Along with this, the petitioner had also demanded to do videography and photography of the disputed site. However, this matter is pending in the lower court.