Gyanvapi Row: Hearing on petitions, order of fast track court at 4 pm today

30 May, 2022 | Riya Girdhar

The hearing on the suit filed for the demand of handing over the Gyanvapi complex of Varanasi to Hindus and the demand for worship, as well as the ban on the entry of the Muslim side in it, is bein...

After the claim of getting Shivling in Gyanvapi Masjid premises of Varanasi, the hearing of the petition filed for the first time in the fast track court, including stopping the entry of Muslims in it, was held for the first time today. The fast track court (court of Mahendra Kumar Pandey) directed all the parties including both the parties to provide the copy of the suit. Now the order of the court will come at four o’clock in the matter.

This suit, filed in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division, was transferred by District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishvesh to the fast track court (Mahendra Kumar Pandey’s court). It is believed that today can be a big day for this matter.

Here are those three demands
International General Secretary of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh, Kiran Singh, resident of Gonda and two others have filed this petition. In this, the UP government, the District Magistrate, the Commissioner of Police, Anjuman Inazaniya Masajid Committee and Vishwanath Temple Trust have been made parties. The petition has demanded from the court on three points: stopping the entry of the Muslim side in the premises, handing over the Gyanvapi premises to the Hindu side, and worshiping Raga Bhog Darshan in Gyanvapi to the plaintiffs with immediate effect. In the petition, after the claim of the Shivling being found, the right to worship has been said by removing the illegal dome.

A demand has been made to hand over the Gyanvapi complex to the Hindu side and to offer prayers, Raga Bhog Darshan with immediate effect in Gyanvapi to the plaintiffs. On Tuesday, on behalf of advocates Manbahadur Singh and Anushka Tripathi, it was said in the court that the right to worship, Raga Bhog worship is necessary after the claim of having found Shivling.

Jitendra Singh Bisen, head of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh, said that three demands have been made through the Bhagwan Adi Vishweshwar Virajman vs. State of Uttar Pradesh case. The first demand is that the entry of the Muslim side should be banned with immediate effect in the Gyanvapi campus. Second, the entire campus of Gyanvapi should be handed over to the Hindus. Thirdly, the worship of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Swayambhu Jyotirlinga which has now appeared in front of everyone, should be allowed to start.

Shringar Gauri-Gyanvapi case is worth hearing or not, hearing today at 2 o’clock

Whether the Shringar Gauri-Gyanvapi case is worth hearing or not, it will be debated in the district judge’s court even today. After the completion of the arguments in favor of dismissing this case on behalf of the Anjuman Inazaniya Masajid Committee, the plaintiff side and the district government advocate will present the side.
The arguments on behalf of the committee in the court on the maintainability (whether audible or not) of the suit filed for the regular darshan of Shringar Gauri and the protection of other deities continued on the last date (May 26). Advocate Abhaynath Yadav had argued for two hours on behalf of the committee in the court of District Judge Dr Ajay Krishna Vishwesh. Due to paucity of time, the District Judge had fixed the date of May 30 while continuing it.