Gyan Vapi Masjid case to be heard again in Supreme Court on Thursday both parties prepare
Notably, after a survey was conducted at the Gyanvapi Masjid in Varanasi on the application of the Hindu party, some remains of the temple and Shivling were claimed by the Hindu party. The Muslim party, on the other hand, considered it a fountain instead of a Shivling. Seeing the seriousness of the case, the local court had banned Vajukhana, where Shivling had a claim. The issue has since become a topic of discussion across the country. The case has now reached the Supreme Court. Arguments are being made by both Hindu and Muslim parties in this regard. The Supreme Court hearing on the issue was adjourned on Wednesday, followed by the Gyanvapi survey case on Thursday.
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The Muslim party asked for two days
The Muslim party has asked the court for two days to file an objection petition on Wednesday regarding the survey of Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The Muslim League says lawyers are on strike on Wednesday, so they should be given two days. Now, avoiding hearing in the case, the court has also ordered to file a survey report of Gyanvapi campus on Thursday. At the same time, the Hindu party is now talking of conducting a survey of the basement where the Shivling was found.
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