Gyanvapi case: Muslim side filed counter-response, decision on carbon degradation on October 14


Varanasi. The hearing in the Gyanvapi case was held at the District Court on Tuesday. Today, the Muslim side filed a counter-response opposing the investigation. The court set October 14 as the date for the verdict on the carbon sink.

During the work of the Advocate-Commissioner’s commission in the Vazukhana of the Gyanvapi Masjid, a solid stone structure was discovered on May 16. Sita Sahu, the plaintiff in the Maa Shringar Gauri case, Manju Vyas, line reader, Lakshmi Devi and Rakhi Singh claim that the stone is an ancient Shivling.

The Vadini women had demanded that the alleged Shivling and its surroundings be examined by carbon dating or any other scientific method without harming it. The women said it was possible to find out how old the Shivling was. With all It should also be clear how tall and wide he is and how deep his Argha is.

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The Anjuman Intejamiya Masjid committee had asked the court for time on October 7 to respond. The district judge’s court had said that after hearing the Masjid committee’s side on October 11, it would issue its order. On behalf of the Masjid Committee, it has been said that there is no need for scientific investigation of the alleged Shivling.

He said that the Hindu part in his case demanded the worship of gods and goddesses directly and indirectly in Gyanvapi. So, Why are they calling for an investigation into Shivling?,

The Hindu side opposed the arguments of the Masjid committee. At the end of the hearing, the court, while reserving its order, set October 14 as the next hearing date.

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