Varanasi Gyanvapi Case: The report of the survey conducted by Ajay Mishra in Varanasi’s Gyanvapi mosque on the orders of the court on May 6 and 7 was submitted by the former commissioner on Wednesday evening. In this two-page report, he mentioned about getting the symbols and relics of Hindu religion, while he said that there was no cooperation from the administration and the Muslim side.
According to information received from sources, Mishra has found evidence of the remains of symbols and idols associated with Hinduism in his survey report. Ajay Mishra, who was removed from the post of court commissioner, has submitted his survey report in Varanasi district court on Wednesday evening itself. Civil Judge Ravi Diwakar had made him the first commissioner. The survey of Gyanvapi Masjid was done on 6 and 7 May under his supervision. The Muslim side opposed him. Due to which the survey work could not be done properly while Ajay Mishra was the court commissioner. The lock of the cellar could not even be opened.
Ajay Mishra has submitted his survey report to the Varanasi court in Khata colored sewerage envelope. The videography and photography done during his time are already kept in the locker of the Treasury. According to information received from sources, Ajay Mishra has found evidence of the remains of symbols and idols associated with Hinduism in his survey report. It is being said that he has also mentioned that there is a need to survey the inside of the mosque in an even better way.
Ajay Mishra has also told in his survey report that the way he wanted to do the survey could not be done. On May 6, he started the survey at 3.30 pm but was able to work till 5.45 pm. Even during this time, the kind of cooperation that should have been received from the Varanasi district administration and the Muslim side, was not found. The next day i.e. on 7th May, even before the survey work started, a crowd of Muslims gathered outside the mosque. People started shouting slogans and thus the survey team was forced to finish the work soon. Ajay Mishra’s paper bus is of two pages which he had submitted last evening.