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Taking a cue from Gyanvapi, petitions filed in court docket for survey of Shahi Idgah mosque

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Taking a cue from Gyanvapi, petitions filed in court for survey of Shahi Idgah mosque

By Express News Service

LUCKNOW: Following the precedent set by Varanasi native court docket in case associated to Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri dispute, three petitioners filed separate petitions in Mathura Civil Judge (Senior Division) court docket searching for the appointment of an advocate commissioner to conduct videography and pictures of the Shahi Eidgah mosque adjoining the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi. The petition was moved on Friday.

The petitioner claimed that they’d sought a spot inspection to seek out out if there have been any indicators associated to the Hindu faith on the mosque premises.

Manish Yadav, a petitioner in one of many circumstances associated to Krishna Janmabhoomi, was among the many petitioners who moved the appliance for appointment of an advocate commissioner to conduct videography and pictures of Shahi Eidgah mosque. He additionally moved an software searching for short-term injunction to cease the other events from deleting, eradicating or damaging the non secular indicators on the partitions of the mosque in order that materials proof couldn’t be broken.

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Yadav claimed that he had sought a brief injunction stopping the managing committee of Shahi Eidgah mosque from destroying the proof as the other events might injury the non secular indicators current therein within the wake of the Varanasi court docket ruling for survey on Gyanvapi mosque premises.

Two different petitioners, advocate Mahendra Pratap Singh and Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM), have moved separate purposes for appointment of advocate commissioner to conduct videography and pictures of Shahi Eidgah mosque.

The court docket of civil choose (senior division) posted the matter for July 1, 2022 for listening to and the purposes can be taken up when the court docket reopens after the summer season trip.

Shahi Eidgah mosque secretary and its counsel Tanveer Ahmad stated the petitioners had been transferring purposes one after the opposite when the matter was already mounted for deciding the maintainability of circumstances.