Gyanvapi Masjid Case: Rakhi Singh Challenges Claim of Grave in Mosque Premises, Files Petition in Fast Track Court
Varanasi. In the ongoing Gyanvapi Masjid case in Varanasi, Rakhi Singh, who is pursuing the case, has filed a petition in the fast track court. Her advocate Shivam Gound filed…
Varanasi. In the ongoing Gyanvapi Masjid case in Varanasi, Rakhi Singh, who is pursuing the case, has filed a petition in the fast track court. Her advocate Shivam Gound filed an Order 1 Rule 10 petition against a previous petition filed by Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari and others, who claimed that there is a grave in the mosque premises and permission should be granted for organising Urs. However, Rakhi Singh has argued that there is no grave in the mosque, only the remains of the temple are present.
According to Rakhi Singh's petition, the broken remains, sections, slabs and pillars of the temple, which were destroyed 349 years ago, are being wrongly identified as graves. There is neither a grave nor a graveyard in the mosque. Therefore, the court should not make any decision in this matter without hearing her side of the argument.
The court has set the date for the next hearing on February 28, and it remains to be seen what decision will be made in this long-standing case. Gyanvapi Masjid case has been the subject of a legal battle for many years, with conflicting claims and evidence being presented by different parties. The case has significant religious and historical significance and its outcome is eagerly awaited by many people.