Mathura5 minutes ago
- Copy link
A new twist came in the petition filed by Shri Krishna Viraj in the court of the District Judge of Mathura.
- Hearing to be held in the district judge’s court on November 18
- Earlier the petition was rejected from the civil judge
The petition filed in the court of the Mathura District Judge seeking the ownership of 13.37 acres of Sri Krishna’s birthplace and the removal of the wedding Idgah mosque is scheduled for hearing on 18 November. Earlier on Wednesday, Akhil Bhartiya Tirtha Purohit Mahasabha Shri Mathur Chaturved Church, Sritirtha Purohit Mahasabha and Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha have also filed their separate petitions. He has demanded that he too be made a party in the suit filed by Shri Krishna Virajaman as a devotee of Krishna. The three parties have also challenged Shri Krishna Virajaman in the petition.
Lawyer said- some outsiders want to put peace in here
Rakesh Tiwari, advocate of Mathur Chaturveda council, said that, being a Krishna devotee, some outsiders filed a suit, which was rejected by the civil division, but was accepted by the district judge’s court against him. In that suit, we have also filed a petition that we should also be heard. The demand of those people is wrong.
The lawyer said- The organization I am associated with does Yajmani work by those people here. Mathura is a peace loving district. If there is a dispute here, the maintenance of those who do Yajmani work will be affected. In 1991, an Act was enacted by the Central Government, in which it was decided that since 1948, the status of the religious places which have been running since time will not be changed. We petitioned to be a party. The matter will be heard on November 18. The court will then decide whether she will listen to us or not.
The petition was dismissed from the civil judge, the district judge accepted
In fact, a petition was filed in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division on behalf of six others including Advocate Ranjana Agnihotri seeking the ownership of 13.37 acres of land in Mathura and removal of the royal Idgah mosque. In the petition, the agreement reached in 1968 was wrong. On September 30, while hearing the case, the civil judge dismissed the petition.
But the parties filed suit in the district judge’s court challenging the orders of the civil judge. Which the court accepted. The case is scheduled for hearing on November 18. In this case, the three parties have now filed a petition to hear them.