Gyanvapi Masjid: After the completion of the survey of Gyanvapi Masjid in Varanasi, a video of Vuzukhana has surfaced, where the Hindu side is claiming to have found Shivling in the survey.
The survey work of Gyanvapi Masjid of Varanasi has been completed, but the report of the survey will not be presented in the court today (May 17), because it has not been prepared yet. Meanwhile, a video has surfaced inside the Gyanvapi Masjid, where the Hindu side has claimed to have found a Shivling.
Assistant Court Commissioner Ajay Pratap Singh also told that this video is from the Vuzukhana of Gyanvapi, where the Hindu side is claiming to have found a Shivling in the survey. Although he has not confirmed whether this video is new or old. Where is the video from? When asked, he said that this video is from the same place, but I have no information about it.
The survey report will not be presented in court today
The report of the Gyanvapi Masjid Survey conducted in Varanasi’s Gyanvapi Masjid will not be presented in the Varanasi Court today (May 17). It is being told that the report is yet to be ready and it may take 2-3 more. In a conversation with Zee News, Assistant Court Commissioner Ajay Pratap Singh said that 3 days’ time will be sought from the court to present the report.
Hindu side said – Shivling was found, Muslim side told fountain
After the three-day survey in the Gyanvapi Masjid, the Hindu side had claimed to have found a Shivling on Monday, after which the court issued an order prohibiting going around the Shivling. Along with this, the court ordered to preserve the Shivling and give security to the courtyard. The Hindu side told that a 12 feet Shivling was found in the survey near the idol of Nandi. On the other hand, the Muslim side has claimed to be a fountain.
Supreme Court will hear
The Management Committee of Anjuman Inazaniya Masjid has approached the Supreme Court against the Gyanvapi survey. In its petition, the Management Committee has said that the order allowing the survey is against the Places of Worship Act and the matter will be heard in the Supreme Court today (May 17). The matter is before a single-judge bench of Justice Chandrachud.