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Gyanvapi Masjid case: Civil fast track Varanasi court reserves order on ‘Shivling’, to be pronounced on Nov 17

Lucknow: In the Gyanvapi case, a hearing was held on Monday in the Civil Fast Track Court of Varanasi. After that, the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Mahendra Kumar Pandey has postponed the decision for 2 days. Now the decision will come in this matter on 17 November. That is, now on November 17, the court will pronounce the verdict whether this case is worth hearing or not.

By Priyanka Verma 
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Lucknow: In the Gyanvapi case, a hearing was held on Monday in the Civil Fast Track Court of Varanasi. After that, the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Mahendra Kumar Pandey has postponed the decision for 2 days. Now the decision will come in this matter on 17 November. That is, now on November 17, the court will pronounce the verdict whether this case is worth hearing or not.

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A civil judge, senior division fast track court in Varanasi, will render the decision on November 17. In the case at hand, the petition mainly sought three demands.

-Regular worship of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Shambhu Virajman should start with immediate effect.

-The entry of Muslims should be banned in the entire Gyanvapi campus.

-The entire Gyanvapi campus should be given to Hindus.

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Kiran Singh Bisen had filed a petition in the court. On which the court had reserved the decision on the previous date after hearing both the sides. Hindu side’s advocate Anupam Dwivedi said that the court has prepared its decision, but due to some technical reasons, it has taken two more days. There is a lot of burden of cases in the District Fast Track Senior Division Court, due to which this decision has been postponed for 2 days. We have full hope that the decision will be in our favor and keeping in view all the aspects, the decision is safe.

He further said- This decision has nothing to do with the observation given by the High Court in the Shringar Gauri case that both the cases are different, hence the decision is certain. Hindu side’s party Santosh Singh said that we have faith in the court and even though there has been a delay of 2 days, the decision will be correct. Will clear after waiting for 2 days. Our claim is strong and all aspects are firmly placed.

On September 13, the court held the Hindu side’s plea seeking permission to offer prayers to Hindu deities on the outer wall of the Gyanvapi Mosque complex was maintainable. In October, the court had disallowed a ‘scientific investigation’ of the purported ‘Shivling’. “…even this (carbon dating) does not imply the possibility of a solution” the court had stated during previous hearings.

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