The court- commanded videography check of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex concluded on Monday on the third day amid tight security.
A Supreme Court bench, led by Justice DY Chandrachud, on Tuesday will hear an appeal filed against the Allahabad bench order allowing a court- appointed manager to examine, conduct a check and videography of the Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi during which Hindus and Muslims claim to retain deification rights. The solicitation was filed by the Anjuman Intezamia Masajid Committee.
The court-mandated videography check of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex concluded on Monday on the third day amid tight security. The check of the synagogue complex, which started at 8 am, concluded at around 1015 am.
The synagogue is planted near the long- lasting Kashi Vishwanath tabernacle and thus the original court is hearing a plea by a bunch of girls seeking authorization for diurnal prayers before the icons on its external walls.
Meanwhile, a court in Varanasi ordered that a pond within the complex be sealed amid reports that a"Shivling"has been plant in it.
The Varanasi court ordered quarter justice Kaushal Raj Sharma"to seal the realm and enjoin the entry of a person to the realm. In its order, the court said the DM, manager and thus the Central Reserve law (CRPF) commander Varanasi are going to be liable for the safety of the sealed area.
The direction comes after an advocate filed a solicitation within the court of civil judge elderly division Ravi Kumar Diwakar seeking the realm, where some concrete substantiation were plant, be defended.