The next hearing on the Gyanvapi mosque row will take place on May 26. The court will be hearing the maintainability of suit. Addressing the media, the Hindu side’s advocate Vishnu Jain said that the hearing on the Muslim side’s plea under order 7 11 CPC regarding the rejection of suit will take place on May 26.
Advocate Vishnu Jain said that the court has asked both sides to file an objection to the commission report and submit the report within one week.
In the order passed on Friday, the Supreme Court asked the Varanasi court to decide on priority whether the Gyanvapi survey and the petition that led to the survey was maintainable or not. Meanwhile, the Muslim committee said that it wants the court to hear the maintainability case first.
Hearing the petition, the Supreme court directed the matter to be referred to an experienced district judge in Varanasi and urged the selective leaks of the survey to the press to stop. Earlier, Hindu petitioners claimed that the surveyors found a shivling inside the Gyanvapi mosque survey.