Gyanvapi Mosque Case: Varanasi Court will pronounce its verdict today, Section 144 will be implemented | CM Yogi- Watch Video

Publish Date: 12 Sep, 2022 |

The court's decision can come on Monday regarding the demand for regular darshan worship of Shringar Gauri in the Gyanvapi Masjid complex located in Varanasi. In this case, the court of Varanasi District Court Judge AK Vishwesh will pronounce the verdict. Whether this case is worthy of hearing or not will be decided.

Section 144 has been implemented in Varanasi. On August 24, the Varanasi court heard the Gyanvapi Masjid case. After this hearing, the decision was reserved till Monday. During the final hearing, advocate Shamim Ahmed, on behalf of the Muslim side, presented his side in court. Then he said that the Gyanvapi Masjid is the property of the Waqf, so the court has no right to hear the matter.

The Hindu side had also argued

Advocate Madan Mohan Yadav, on behalf of the Hindu side, says that Gyanvapi is not a mosque from anywhere, but it is a part of the temple itself. The Places of Worship Act of 1991 does not apply to this case. Then during the hearing on behalf of the Hindu side, questions were also raised about the documents presented by the Muslim side. Now in Monday's hearing, the court will give its verdict in this case. It is said that the decision can come after 11 am.

At the same time, tight security arrangements have been made in Varanasi before Sanuwai. Regarding the security of the district, Commissioner of Police A. Satish Ganesh has given information on Sunday. He said that the decision in the Gyanvapi-Sringar Gauri case will be pronounced by the district court on Monday. Earlier, instructions have been issued to implement Section 144. Instructions have also been given to communicate with religious gurus.


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