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The lawsuit filed since 1991 demanded that the mosque is a part of the Jyotirlinga Vishveshwara temple. Where Hindu believers have the right to worship, worship and repair.
- Case in local court since 1991
- Swayambhu Bhagwan Vishweshwar and the other side Anjuman Arrangements and Sunni Central Waqf Board
- After hearing the arguments on Tuesday, the court reserved its decision
The court can pronounce its order today on the civil revision in the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyan-Vapi Mosque case in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. District judge UC Sharma had heard the arguments of advocates of Swayambhu Vishweshwar, Anjuman Intejamia Masjid Committee and Central Sunni Waqf Board in the court on Tuesday. After which the court reserved its decision. Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee and the Central Sunni Waqf Board want a hearing in the case in Lucknow.
Dawa- Mosque, a part of Jyotirlinga Vishveshwara Temple
Vijay Shankar Rastogi, advocate and litigant of the self-proclaimed Lord Vishweshwar Kashi Vishwanath, said that in this whole case, the self-proclaimed Lord Vishweshwar Kashi Vishwanath and the other side is Anjuman Arrangements and Sunni Central Waqf Board Lucknow. The Central Waqf Board wants the hearing of the case in Lucknow. The trial of the Vishwanath Temple and the archaeological survey of Gyan-Vapi has been going on in the local court since 1991. The lawsuit filed since 1991 demanded that the mosque is a part of the Jyotirlinga Vishveshwara temple. Where Hindu believers have the right to worship, worship and repair. This demand from the court was made by Swayambhu Jyotirlinga Visvesvara’s party Pandit Somnath Vyas. Anjuman Intzamia Mosque and other opposition are in the lawsuit.
The Sunni Central Waqf Board filed suit in the district judge’s court. The Waqf Board wants this matter to be conducted in Waqf Tribunal Lucknow and not in the court of Civil Judge Senior Court. Today an order can come about this matter.