Varanasi court hears Shringar Gauri-Gyanvapi case on August 18.
A petition was filed with the Court on Thursday by the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee, asking for at least 15 days to follow in the wake of the death of lawyer Abhay Nath Yadav and the fact that all files in his room have been locked up.
The Supreme Court last month postponed the appeal of the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Commission to the first week of October, saying it will await the decision of the Varanasi Court on the commission’s plea to extend the sustainability of the lawsuit brought by Hindu -women has been filed to question.
A bench of Justice DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and PS Narasimha also refused to make another plea to offer water to the ‘Shivling’, which would be found in Gyanvapi Mosque.
The bank said such prayers cannot be held if the trial is already pending. In the plea it is said that since the month of ‘Shravana’ begins, Hindus can be allowed to perform puja and exercise their right.
It also declined to make another plea filed by seven women seeking radiocarbon dating and ground-penetrating radar surveys of the discovered Shivling at Gyanvapi Mosque.
On May 20, the Supreme Court ordered the transfer of the case related to the worship in Gyanvapi Mosque from the civil court to the district judge, Varanasi.
It had ordered that the preliminary injunction passed on May 17 – to protect the area where the Shivling was found and access to Muslims for namaz – will remain in effect until a decision is made on the durability of the trial and then for eight weeks to parties to pursue remedies.
It had said that the district judge should prioritize enforcement of civil proceedings in the Gyanvapi-Kashi Vishwanath as requested by the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Varanasi Administrative Committee.
The appeal has been filed by the committee managing Gyanvapi Mosque to the highest court to challenge an order of the Supreme Court of Allahabad allowing a court-appointed commissioner to inspect Gyanvapi Mosque, conduct an investigation and to make a videography of the Gyanvapi Mosque to which Hindus and Muslims have claimed the right to worship.
(You can, follow The US Express News staff and has been published Platforms.)