Puja in the basement of Gyanvapi Mosque will not be stopped, Supreme Court refuses : India Puja in the basement of Gyanvapi Mosque will not be stopped, Supreme Court refuses : India

Puja in the basement of Gyanvapi Mosque will not be stopped, Supreme Court refuses : India

Puja in the basement of Gyanvapi Mosque will not be stopped, Supreme Court refuses : India

While hearing the petition filed by the Anjuman Management Mosques Committee against the worship in the basement of the Gyan Vapi Mosque, the Supreme Court has refused to stop the worship. The court, while issuing a notice, has indicated another date for the hearing of the matter.

The Masjid Committee had approached the Supreme Court against the permission of the lower court to perform the puja in the basement of the Gyan Vapi Masjid. The Masjid Committee had challenged the High Court's decision in the Supreme Court as the High Court had upheld the lower court's Puja decision. During the hearing in the Supreme Court, lawyer Huzaifa Ahmadi, who appeared on behalf of the Anjuman Masjid Committee, said that the lower court had given a week's time to implement the order, but the government immediately implemented it and destroyed the basement. I started the pooja. Against this we went to the High Court and we did not get any relief from there either. Now the Supreme Court immediately put a stop to it.

After hearing the matter, Chief Justice DY Chandrachud issued a notice and indicated the hearing on another date. The lawyer of the mosque committee, presenting his arguments, demanded an immediate ban on the puja, to which the chief justice said that the entrance to the basement is from the south and the entrance to the mosque is from the north, so both are mutually exclusive. do not affect We direct that both worships continue at their respective places for the time being.

Shyam Dewan, counsel for the Vyas family, who worshiped in the basement, opposed the Supreme Court's issuance of a formal notice in the matter. The lawyer said that the lower courts have not yet taken a final decision on the case, so there is no need for the Supreme Court to interfere in this matter.

It may be noted that the Anjuman Administration Mosques Committee has challenged the decision of the Allahabad High Court in the Supreme Court, which upheld the lower court's order allowing Hindus to worship in the southern basement of the mosque. This committee manages the affairs of the Gyan Vapi Masjid in Varanasi.

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  3. manages the affairs of the Gyan Vapi Masjid in Varanasi.

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  4. sparking international outrage and isolating the Taliban on the global stage.

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