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In 1968, the Srikrishna Janmasthana Seva Sanstha Seva Sangh signed a compromise with the Muslim side. This agreement has been made illegal in the petition.
- On October 12, 8 litigants including Ranjana Agnihotri filed a petition in the district judge’s court.
- The petition claimed – The place where the Idgah mosque is located, Krishna birthplace
The next date of hearing was given after just 5 minutes of hearing in the court of District Judge Sadhana Rani Thakur in the ownership dispute of 13.37 acres of land of Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura. Actually, four defendants were to appear in court today. But Sri Krishna Janmasthan Trust did not appear in court. Advocates of the Sunni Central Waqf Board, Shahi Idgah Masjid Trust and Srikrishna Janmabhoomi Seva Sansthan, appearing in the court, sought time from the court for filing the objections.
The court has given a new date for hearing on this. The suit was filed in the district judge’s court on October 12 to gain ownership over the birthplace. It was said that the place where the Idgah Mosque is, is the birthplace of Krishna.
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In fact, the case was filed in the district court of Mathura on behalf of eight litigants, including Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman and lawyer Ranjana Agnihotri. Earlier, on September 30, on behalf of Shri Krishna Virajman, he had filed a suit in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division to acquire ownership of the birthplace and remove the royal Idgah mosque. However, the court denied the hearing, stating that the devotees did not have the right to file suit. The plaintiffs moved the district judge’s court challenging this order. Which was accepted. The defendants were to present their case in the court on Wednesday. But now the case will be heard on 10 December.
The court had issued notices to the respondent Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust, Sri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sansthan, Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board and Shahi Masjid Idgah. It was said that during the hearing, present your case and present your case. In this case, three organizations of Hindu Mahasabha, All India Tirtha Purohit Mahasabha, Mathur Chaturveda Parishad, had also filed petitions to make themselves parties. He will now be heard on the next date.
The petition said the agreement reached in 1968 is wrong, what is this agreement?
Actually, Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust was created in 1951. It was then decided that a grand temple would be built again and the trust would manage it. After this, in 1958, the organization was formed by the name Sri Krishna Janmasthana Seva Sanstha Seva Sangh. 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 compromised with the Muslim side. Under this, the Muslim side left some of their possession for the temple and they were given land nearby in return. Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi is built on 13.37 acres. Of this, 10.50 acres is currently with Sri Krishna Virajaman. But the petitioners want the right to the entire land.