Whether the order of survey in Gyanvapi campus was right or wrong?

Gyanvapi Masjid Case: Whether the order of survey in Gyanvapi campus was right or wrong, hearing will start in Allahabad High Court from today.
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Hearing on Shivling found in Varanasi's Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanvapi Masjid will be held in Allahabad High Court today. Arguments will be given on behalf of the Hindu side in this debate, which will start at 10 am in the High Court. After this, the views of the Gyanvapi Masjid Committee and other parties will be heard. The eyes of all the parties are fixed on this decision of the High Court. In fact, the order of conducting ASI survey in Gyanvapi Masjid premises has been challenged by the Masjid Committee in the High Court. In this case, 6 different petitions have been filed by the Masjid's Arrangement Committee and the Waqf Board. A single bench of Justice Prakash Pandiya is hearing the matter.

Single Bench of High Court is hearing-

Let us inform that the Civil Judge Court of Varanasi, while hearing the application of the Hindu side, ordered a survey of the Gyanvapi Masjid adjacent to the Kashi Vishwanath temple. For this, the court had also appointed a court commissioner and a special court commissioner. In the survey of the court commissioner, many such things were found inside the mosque premises, which proves that the mosque was built by making a dome on top of the ancient Shiva temple. The biggest evidence in the survey was found in the Wazukhana built in the back of the mosque. On the orders of the court commissioner, when the water of the Vazukhana was checked and then a giant Shivling submerged in water was found there.

Masjid committee has filed a petition-
The people of the Masjid Committee (Gyanvapi Masjid Case) claimed that it is not a Shivling but a fountain. However, when the court commissioner asked to run the fountain, the committee members could not do so. After this, the officers of the committee have filed a petition in the High Court calling this survey illegal. The committee says that under the Worship Act of the Parliament of 1991, a dispute cannot be raised on any religious place built before the year 1947.

The matter will go ahead even after the verdict-
On the other hand, the Hindu side says that this dispute does not come under the purview of the Worship Act. The reason for this is that the present Gyanvapi Masjid is nothing but the ancient Kashi Vishwanath temple. Which was demolished on the orders of Aurangzeb. In such a situation, the Hindu side is not creating a new religious dispute, but is repeating its ancient claim, which should be investigated and appropriate action should be taken. Now everything has come to a standstill on the orders of the Allahabad High Court. If the court upholds the order of the civil judge's survey, then this action will go ahead and if the court stays then the matter can reach the Supreme Court again.

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