VARANASI: The district court in Varanasi on Monday rejected the Anjuman Committee’s plea challenging Hindu worshippers’ request for permission for daily worship of Hindu deities in the Gyanvapi mosque.
A single bench of district Judge AK Vishvesh delivering the verdict in the Gyanvapi Shrinagar Gauri dispute case holds case is maintainable.
Section 144 impose in Varanasi, flag march conducts in Lucknow, ahead of Gyanvapi ruling; district court’s decision in short while
Due to district court’s decision on the sustainability of the suit filed by five women litigants seeking the right to worship Shringar Gauri and other gods and goddesses in the Gyanvapi mosque complex.
#WATCH | Varanasi, UP: "Bharat is happy today, my Hindu brothers & sisters should light diyas to celebrate," says petitioner from Hindu side Manju Vyas as she dances & celebrates the Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri verdict pic.twitter.com/hO7frpErNF— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) September 12, 2022
Hindu side reached to visit Hanuman temple
Ahead the hearing on the Gyanvapi Masjid, Hindu’s people have gathered to visit the Hanuman temple. People say that, “The decision will come in our favor only. We have come here to take blessings from God. Let us tell you, there was a special enthusiasm among the people of Hindu side all around. Women say that today we will have a real victory. “
Alert issued in sensitive areas – ADG
ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar said about the hearing that, ‘Alert has been issued in all sensitive areas before the decision in this matter. Patrolling is being done, peace is being ensured. Religious heads have issued statements demanding that peace be maintained.
Flag march of Lucknow Police before hearing in Gyanvapi case
Before the verdict in the Gyanvapi case, the police have taken out a flag march in Lucknow. An important decision on the Gyanvapi case is going to come in some time from now. Lucknow Police Commissioner SB Shiradkar said, “We conducted a flag march to create a sense of security among the people.