The report of the survey in the Gyanvapi case has been submitted to the court. In the two-page report, former court commissioner Ajay Mishra has mentioned about finding symbols and relics of Hinduism. After the order of the court, the survey was done on 6 and 7 May. In the report, Ajay Mishra said that the debris of old temples was seen on the corner of the western wall from the north to the disputed site, on which the figures of deities and lotus were seen. A new construction has been done on the platform of sand-ballast cement on the north-west corner.
The report said that moving from north to west, there was a snake-like artwork of Sheshnag on the central rock plate. The embossed vermilion colored artwork was seen on the board. A circular curved shape was engraved under the bow and 4 vermilion colored artwork appeared on the board. All the stone plates seemed to be lying on the ground for a long time. All these at first glance appear to be fragmented parts of a big building. Inside the barricading in the east direction and between the western wall of the mosque, there is a pile of rubble. This stone slab also feels a part of them.
Let us inform that today two petitions are to be heard in the Gyanvapi Masjid case in Varanasi District Court. An application has been made to demolish the wall in front of Nandi, shift the vajukhana and toilet. The matter could not be heard yesterday. Another application has been filed before the hearing in Varanasi Court. The Hindu side has given a petition for permission to worship the alleged Shivling. In the Gyanvapi dispute, the petition seeking regular worship of Maa Shringar Gauri can also be heard in Varanasi court today.
On the other hand Maulana Abdul Batin Nomani, General Secretary of Anjuman Intzamiya Masjid Committee has claimed that the Gyanvapi Masjid dates back to the time of Akbar. Aurangzeb never broke the temple and built a mosque. Hearing on the Gyanvapi temple-mosque case is to be held in the Supreme Court at 12 noon today. In the last hearing, the court had asked to preserve the place claimed by Shivling.
On Wednesday, a day before the hearing in the Supreme Court, the Hindu Sena filed a reply and demanded the dismissal of the petition of the Masjid Committee. He said that the committee has hidden many facts from the court. At the same time, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has formed a legal committee to review the Place of Worship Act 1991. The board said, Muslims will not tolerate the desecration of the mosque. Courts are disappointing, so-called secular parties are also silent.
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