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October 1, 2022



Gyanvapi Masjid Survey: Court commissioners will not be removed, survey work will have to be completed before May 17

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Gyanvapi Mosque Survey Verdict Today: Court’s decision has come in Gyanvapi case. The court has ordered that the survey will be conducted again before May 17. Along with this, the court has ordered not to remove the commissioner. Action will be taken against those creating obstacles.

The court has given a big decision in the Gyanvapi case. Civil Judge (Senior Division) Ravi Kumar Diwakar on Thursday rejected the demand for replacement of Advocate Commissioner. This decision of the court has dealt a big blow to the Muslim side. Survey commissioner Ajay Mishra will not be removed in the Gyanvapi case. The court has appointed two more assistant commissioners. Vishal Singh has been appointed as Assistant Commissioner along with Ajay Mishra.

The court has ordered that the survey will be conducted before May 17. The entire area will be videographed. People from both sides will be present during the survey. Those opposing the survey will be booked. The court said that the action should be strengthened before May 17. Commission action should not be hindered.

The court has ordered to present the survey report on May 17. Action will be taken with the cooperation of government administration. Survey will be done from 9 to 12 in the morning. Action will be taken against those creating obstacles.
The argument was completed in the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Ravi Kumar Diwakar on Wednesday, on the demand of the Anjuman Prajataniya Masajid Committee to replace the Advocate Commissioner who was conducting the commission proceedings in the Gyanvapi campus and on the appeal of the plaintiffs for videography of the basement.

On April 8, on the suit filed by five women demanding daily darshan worship of Shringar Gauri, the court appointed Ajay Kumar Mishra as Advocate Commissioner and surveyed the Gyanvapi premises and submitted the report in the court by May 10. had ordered.

The commission proceedings started on May 6 but could not be completed. On May 7, the Anjuman Inazaniya Masajid Committee filed an application in the court demanding change of Advocate Commissioner. The hearing on this application went on in the court for three days. Today the verdict came on the fourth day.

Strongly opposed the objection
District Government Advocate Civil Mahendra Prasad Pandey said that the government and the district administration are ready to comply with the order of the court. After the commission proceedings started, they opposed the demand to change the survey commissioner. Sudhir Tripathi, Subhasnandan Chaturvedi, Shivam Gaur, Anupam Dwivedi, Madanmohan, on behalf of the plaintiffs, strongly opposed the objection of Anjuman Inazaniya.

He said that this is an attempt to stop the proceedings of the commission. The report of the first commission comes to the court, then it can be objected or demanded for the second survey commission. During the hearing, appointed Survey Commissioner Ajay Mishra, Vadinigan, Jitendra Singh Bishen besides security personnel were present.

Court’s decision in violation of Supreme Court order: Owaisi
After the court’s order on the Gyanvapi case, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president has strongly opposed it. He said that the decision of the court given today is a clear violation of the order of the Supreme Court.

He tweeted, “The court’s order is a clear violation of the Places of Worship Act 1991. This is in violation of the Supreme Court’s order in the Babri Masjid case.

He said, “The Yogi government should immediately register an FIR against these people because the 1991 Act says that a person who tries to change the status of a religious place on August 15, 1947, will be punished for three years if found guilty in court. can be punished.”

He further said, “This is an open violation and I hope that the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and the Masjid Committee will go to the Supreme Court. I have lost the Babri Masjid and I do not want to lose any more mosques.

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