Varanasi: In the Gyanvapi Masjid-Sringar Gauri case, the Varanasi district court will decide on Tuesday which petition will be heard first. On Monday, the Hindu and Muslim sides presented their arguments. On behalf of the Muslim side, there was a demand for dismissal of the case on the basis of the 1991 Places of Worship Act. On which the Hindu side said that there is no violation of the 1991 law in the Gyanvapi case.
There was a demand from the Hindu side that the righteous character of Gyanvapi should be determined by including the report of the first commission. After hearing the arguments of both the sides, District Judge Arjun Krishna Vishvesh reserved his decision. Today at 2 pm, the court will give an order on the maintainability of the case.
Abhay Yadav, counsel for the Muslim side, said that the 7/11 petition was debated on Monday. The maintainability of the suit and as per the direction of the Supreme Court, Shringar Gauri Regular Darshan case was debated. On behalf of the Muslim side, a demand was made from the court that under the 1991 Places of Worship Act, no suit could be made, so the case should be dismissed.
On this, advocate Vishnu Jain, appearing for the Hindu side, said that the commissioner appointed by the court has submitted the survey report. Therefore, the respondent party should object to this. He had applied for providing CDs and photographs of the report submitted by the commission.
Hindu side claims Worship Act not effective in Gyanvapi case
According to the Hindu side, the proceedings report of the commission should also be included in this debate. Advocate Vishnu Jain said that the place of worship Act of 1991 does not apply in this case. There is no basis for 7/11 without analyzing the religious character. Vishnu Jain said that the commission action, video, photographs are evidence related to this case. First copy of his video and photograph should be given. After getting objections from both the parties, decide whether the suit is maintainable or not. Let us inform that in the petition of 7/11, the Muslim side has raised questions on the maintainability of the case.