Varanasi News: Verdict will come tomorrow in Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case in Varanasi. Tight security arrangements have been made in entire Varanasi before the verdict. Section-144 has been implemented in the commissionerate.
Varanasi: Breaking development in the case, The verdict on the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case of Varanasi will come tomorrow, on September 12. In the Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri case, the district court of Varanasi will pronounce its verdict on the maintainability of the trial, ie whether the trial is maintainable or not. Before the decision comes, the administration of Varanasi has become fully alert. A meeting was held today regarding the security review of Varanasi Commissionerate. In this meeting, preparations were discussed to deal with the challenges of law and order.
Instructions have been given to establish dialogue with all religious leaders and important persons in the meeting. Section-144 has also been implemented in the entire commissionerate area. Along with this, instructions have been given for flag march and foot patrolling under area domination in sensitive areas.
Full security arrangements have been made in Varanasi regarding the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case. Checking and alertness has been increased at the inter-district borders. Along with this, the administration has also launched a checking campaign in hotels, Dharamshala and guest houses. Instructions have also been given to monitor continuously on social media.
In the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri dispute case, the court had reserved the verdict till September 12. The hearing of both the parties has been completed. More than half a dozen cases are pending in different courts regarding Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanvapi Masjid.
In this case, the then Civil Judge Ravi Kumar Diwakar had issued the order of the survey. After this a survey of the premises of Gyanvapi Masjid was done. After this survey, the Shivling was claimed to be in the mosque’s vazukhana. On the other hand, the Muslim side called it a fountain. The controversy in this case increased so much that the Anjuman Intejamia Committee went to the Supreme Court against the survey.