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ASI submits scientific survey report before Varanasi court; next hearing on 21 December

The Archaeological Survey of India, or ASI, Monday submitted earlier than Varanasi Courtroom its report on the scientific survey of Gyanvapi mosque premises.

Quickly after ASI submitted the report earlier than the Varanasi district Choose AK Vishvesha, a petition was moved by the Anjuman Intezamia Masajid Committee, which manages Gyanvapi Mosque looking for details about the report.

The listening to will now happen on 21 December.

After submitting the report, the Hindu worshippers requested the Courtroom to make the ASI report public and sought instructions for the supplying of report copies to all of the events concerned.

The ASI performed a scientific survey of Gyanvapi advanced in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi, following the 21 July order of the Varanasi District Choose to search out out if the mosque was constructed over a pre-existing construction of a Hindu temple.

The Supreme Courtroom of India, on 4 August, refused to cease the ASI from surveying the Gyanvapi Mosque premises, count on the ‘Wuzukhana’, the place the place a ‘Shivling’ was claimed to have been discovered final 12 months.

The courtroom had allowed the survey taking up file an endeavor made on behalf of the ASI that no excavation can be executed on the web site and not one of the constructions can be broken too.

On 21 July, the Varanasi Courtroom directed the ASI to conduct a “scientific survey” of the Gyanvapi mosque to search out out if it has been constructed over a pre-existing construction of a Hindu temple.

With inputs from companies

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