- Muslim side will argue in the case
- The case was transferred from civil judge to county judge
- The trust will bear the full cost of the litigation of the Hindu side.
Gyanvapi case: Trials in Varanasis Gyanvapi Temple and the Maa Shringar Gauri case will be held in city court today. The case will be heard in District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh’s court at 2 p.m. today. The hearing in the same case was also held on July 4, where the Muslim side had put forward its arguments on 52 points in court. In the hearing held today, the Muslim side will present the legal aspect related to Gyanvapi to the court. It will be argued on behalf of the Muslim side that the Law of Places of Worship (Special Provisions), 1991, is applicable in the Gyanvapi case. This means that the state of religious sites cannot be changed at the time of independence in 1947. After this, the Hindu side will present its arguments and it must be told why the case can be maintained? Why is the law of worship not applicable?
After concluding the case, District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh’s Court of Appeal Ruling on the Claim of Worship and Salvation of the Deities of the Deities. Let us tell you that by order of the Supreme Court, the court hears the arguments from Hindu and Muslim sides. Earlier, the hearing was held on 4 July. Then the Muslim side had advanced its arguments on 51 points of the Hindu side.
The trust will bear the full cost of the trial
On the other hand, the Hindu side has formed a trust named Shri Adi Mahadev Kashi Dharmalay Mukti Nyas. A meeting of this trust was held on Monday night. Attorney Hari Shankar Jain and his sons Vishnu Shankar Jain, Ranjana Agnihotri were present at the meeting. Advocates of the Hindu side Dr. Sohanlal Arya, 4 female litigants in the Shringar Gauri case and other members of the trust were involved. During the meeting, Dr. Sohanlal Arya: “This trust has been formed to investigate the cases related to Gyanvapi in court and to decide the future course of action. The cost of dealing with the cases will also be borne by the trust itself.
The Supreme Court had transferred the case from civil to national judges
During the hearing, the Supreme Court removed the case from civilian judge Ravi Diwakar and transferred it to the district judge. With this judgment, the Supreme Court had made it clear that it did not doubt the wisdom and knowledge of a civil judge, but given the sensitivity of the case, it would be appropriate to deal with it by a Chief Justice. Since then, the district judge has dealt with the case.