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Sri Krishna’s birthplace.
- Supreme Court lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain and others have filed a petition on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman
- According to the petition, the place where the royal Idgah mosque stands, was the prison where Lord Krishna was born.
The petition filed for the ownership of 13.37 acres of the land of Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi will now be heard on September 30. On Monday, as soon as the file of this case reached the court of Senior Senior Civil Judge Chhaya Sharma of Mathura, he set the next date within just five minutes. Hari Shankar Jain, father and lawyer of the petitioner Vishnu Jain, said that the date of September 30 has been found on his petition. The court had to decide whether to accept this petition? It has not been decided yet.
Supreme Court lawyer has filed the petition
In fact, on Saturday, Supreme Court lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain has filed a civil case in Mathura court on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman. It has claimed ownership of 13.37 acres and demanded the removal of the royal Idgah mosque. In this, the 1968 agreement on land was said to be wrong. The case has been filed on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman, Katra Keshav Dev Khevat, Mauja Mathura Bazar city on behalf of lawyer Ranjana Agnihotri and 6 other devotees.
Claim in the petition- The place where the mosque stands is the real prison
The petition has been filed in the name of ‘Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman’ and ‘Place Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi’. According to this, the place where the royal Idgah Mosque stands, was the prison where Lord Krishna was born.
Lawyers Harishankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain said that the petition sought removal of encroachment and removal of the mosque. However, the Place of worship Act 1991 interruption in this case. According to this act, the religious place which belonged to the community on the day of independence, on 15 August 1947, will remain. Under this act, only the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute was exempted.
What is the 1968 agreement?
In 1951, it was decided that Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust would be built again and the trust would manage the grand temple there. After this, an organization named Sri Krishna Janma Sthan Seva Sangh was formed in 1958. The institution did not legally own land, but it began to play all the roles assigned to the trust.
The institution filed a civil case for control of the entire land in 1964, but in 1968 itself reached a settlement with the Muslim side. Under this, the Muslim side left some of their possession for the temple and they (the Muslim side) were given a nearby place instead.