Gyanvapi Case: Aurangzeb Wasn’t Cruel, No Shivling Found, Mosque Committee Tells Court

Opposing the Hindu aspect’s plea in search of ASI survey of premises of Gyanvapi Mosque, the Mosque committee submitted an utility to the Varanasi courtroom saying that neither Mughal emperor Aurangzeb was merciless, nor did he demolish any Lord Adi Vishweshwar Temple in Varanasi.

In its utility, the Muslim aspect denied the rivalry of the Hindu aspect that the Lord Adi Vishweshwar Temple temple was attacked and destroyed by a Muslim invader and Raja Tondal Mal restored the temple on the similar place in 1580 AD, Dwell Regulation reported.

“Neither Mughal emperor Aurangzeb was merciless, nor did he demolish any Lord Adi Vishweshwar Temple in Varanasi,” the Masjid committee stated.

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The committee additionally acknowledged in its utility that no Shivling was discovered final 12 months contained in the Gyanvapi Mosque premises and the thing was is definitely a fauvara (fountain).

In its utility, the Muslim aspect additionally objected to the Hindu worshippers’ plea calling Muslim rulers as “invaders”, saying it was made with the purpose of making hatred amongst Hindus and Muslims.

“The construction or constructing which is current on the spot, Masjid Alamgiri/Gyanvapi Masjid, has been there for hundreds of years. It was a mosque yesterday and remains to be a mosque, and the Muslims of Varanasi and neighbouring districts, as a matter of proper, with none restrictions, have been providing Namaz Panjgana and Namaz Zuma and Namaz Idaan,” the appliance acknowledged.

On Could 16, 2022, a court-ordered videographic survey of the Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi mosque was accomplished by a fee appointed by an area courtroom. Through the survey proceedings, a construction claimed to be a “shivling” by the Hindu aspect was discovered to be contained in the mosque premises. 

The Supreme Courtroom on Could 19 instructed the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to not conduct carbon relationship of the ‘Shivling’ until the following listening to on the matter.

On Tuesday, the Varanasi District Courtroom ordered that each one the seven circumstances associated to Gyanvapi Mosque could be heard collectively.

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