Gyanvapi Case: Today's hearing of the district judge is over, now what next

Publish Date: 24 May, 2022 |
 

On the orders of the Supreme Court, in the ongoing trial in the court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh, the respondent wants that the maintainability of the case be heard first. So that whether this case is worth hearing or not, it should be decided first.

On the other hand, the plaintiff wants that the hearing on the proceedings of the Advocate Commissioner, which has taken place so far, should be done first. So that any further decision can be taken. At the same time, a total of 32 people were present in the courtroom on 24th May.

Ajay Kumar Mishra not allowed in the court

Court commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra, appointed by Civil Judge Senior Division Ravi Kumar Diwakar and later removed, was not allowed to enter the court. In this regard, it was said that his name was not in the list. So he was not allowed to go to court. On the other hand, four of the five women who filed the petition were present in the court. During the hearing, the sides of the advocates were also not allowed entry.

Supreme Court orders to complete the trial in 8 weeks

The Supreme Court has directed the District Judge to complete the trial of Gyanvapi Masjid case in eight weeks. The Supreme Court has issued a direction that the court should also hear the petition filed under Order 7 Rule No 11 (Order VII Rule 11) of the Masjid Committee's Civil Procedure Code. 

According to Order 7 Rule No. 11, the Court, before considering the merit of the facts in a case, first decides whether the petition filed is maintainable or not. For this, the Muslim side is also citing the Worship Act 1991 that now the Hindu side does not have any claim regarding the mosque

 

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