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Gyanvapi case: Court dismisses Muslim side’s plea, defers hearing till December 2

New Delhi: The Muslim side has received a big blow from the Varanasi court on the Gyanvapi case. The court has rejected the petition of the Muslim side. Along with this, the court has considered the petition of the Hindu side as worthy of hearing. The next hearing will be on December 2.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: The Muslim side has received a big blow from the Varanasi court on the Gyanvapi case. The court has rejected the petition of the Muslim side. Along with this, the court has considered the petition of the Hindu side as worthy of hearing. The court has accepted the petition from the Hindu side demanding the right of worship in the Gyanvapi premises and stopping the entry of the Muslim side.

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The Muslim side had filed a petition in this regard on 7 November. Hindu side’s advocate Anupam Dwivedi said, ‘The Varanasi court has dismissed the petition filed by the mosque committee challenging the maintainability of the trial in the Gyanvapi Masjid case. The next hearing will be on December 2.

The matter was heard by the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Mahendra Kumar Pandey on November 14. The judgment was then reserved. During the hearing, it was said on behalf of the Muslim side that the Shringar Gauri case in the district judge’s court was about regular worship only, whereas in this case a case has been filed regarding the title of Gyanvapi Masjid. In such a situation, it was expected that the court would dismiss the case. But for now the court has decided to hold further hearing in this matter.

On the merit of the application of other demands, including handing over the Gyanvapi premises from the Hindu side, was given in the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Fast Track Court Mahendra Kumar Pandey. Kiran Singh, Executive President of Vishva Vedic Sanatan Sangh, demanded from the court to hand over the Gyanvapi campus, permission to worship immediately the idol of Shivling found during the survey and to ban the entry of Muslims in the campus

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