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In setback to Muslim side, Allahabad HC rules Hindus seeking temple not barred by Places of Worship Act

The Allahabad Excessive Court docket on Tuesday dominated that civil fits filed by Hindu worshippers and deity inter alia looking for restoration of a temple on the Gyanvapi Mosque premises usually are not barred by the Locations of Worship Act. File Photograph.

The Allahabad Excessive Court docket on Tuesday dominated that civil fits filed by Hindu worshippers and deity inter alia looking for restoration of a temple on the Gyanvapi Mosque premises usually are not barred by the Locations of Worship Act, rejecting the challenges identified by the Masjid Committee.

The ruling by the Allahabad Excessive Court docket comes as an enormous setback to the Muslim facet contesting the case. The Allahabad Excessive Court docket additionally requested a Varanasi court docket to finish listening to within the matter inside six months.

“In the Kashi Vishwanath-Gyanvapi land title dispute cases, the Allahabad High Court today upheld that a batch of petitions including a plea challenging a 1991 civil suit filed by Hindu worshippers seeking the right to worship in the Gyanvapi mosque and a petition against the Varanasi Court’s ASI survey order of 2021 are not barred….”

The three petitions have been associated to the maintainability of the case filed within the Varanasi court docket in 1991, whereas the remaining two purposes have been filed towards the survey order of ASI.

Within the case filed in Varanasi court docket in 1991 on behalf of the litigation buddies of Lord Adi Vishweshwar Virama, there was a requirement at hand over the disputed premises to Hindus and to permit worship there.

Within the yr 1991, circumstances have been filed in Varanasi court docket on behalf of Somnath Vyas, Ramnarayan Sharma and Harihar Pandey.

The Muslim facet argued that the Locations of Worship Act of 1991 Adi Vishweshwar’s case can’t be heard beneath this, It was argued from the Hindu facet that this dispute was earlier than independence, and, the Locations of Worship Act won’t be relevant within the Gyanvapi dispute.

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