Plaintiff Rakhi Singh’s lawyer Harishankar Jain requested that the number of individuals delivering namaz at the mosque be limited to 20 at a time, saying that a shivling was discovered in the ablution pond of the Kashi Vishwanath Gyanvapi complex.
The petitioners and their lawyers had stepped out of the Gyanvapi building with a sense of triumph moments before Jain entered the courtroom. “Mil gaye, Baba. Gahre pani paith jin khoja tin paiya… (We found Shiva.) Isharo me puri baat samajh lijjye We discovered what we were looking for. Try to decipher what I’m trying to convey through gestures) ” one of the lawyers, Dr. Sohanlal Arya, stated.
Gyanvapi related matters are ongoing in various courts
The “evidence” collected by the court-appointed commission would determine all Gyanvapi-related matters ongoing in various courts, according to his colleagues representing the other petitioners. The claim was filed on the same day that the Allahabad high court postponed a hearing in one of these cases until May 20.
The chief secretary and the DGP of Uttar Pradesh would be in charge of overseeing the process of closing the disputed Gyanvapi complex and ensuring that the district magistrate, police commissioner, and CRPF commandant follow the court’s order, according to civil judge Diwakar. He stated that securing that area would be the trio’s personal responsibility.
The administration, according to DM Kaushal Raj Sharma, is making alternative arrangements to ensure that the Muslim faithful have no difficulty visiting the mosque for namaz.
Jitendra Singh Visen, the leader of the Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh, who is supporting the primary complainant Rakhi Singh, said: “So far, the shivling is the most significant piece of evidence discovered. We have demanded that the space be sealed because it is out in the open and could be harmed.”
The government didn’t have to make any extra measures to close the zone because the pond already had a fence made of steel angles and netting, as well as three entry points. According to the DM, there is also a CRPE watchtower nearby.
The order to close the ablution pond, according to AIM’s Yasin, will be discussed in the Supreme Court hearing on Tuesday.
“I am astonished to find plaintiffs’ lawyers claiming that a shivling was discovered within the Gyanvapi complex despite the fact that the court-appointed commission’s report has not yet been presented,” said Abhay Nath Yadav, counsel for the mosque committee.
“The court must decide whether it is a shivling or a fountain after receiving the advocate commissioner’s report. The plaintiffs and their lawyers demanded that the court commission be constituted because they should be patient and exhibit faith in the rule of law rather than engaging in acts that could disrupt social harmony.”
The examination of the mosque complex began at 8 a.m. on Monday and ended at about 10:15 a.m. The court-ordered videography and survey took three days to complete.
According to the DM, the structure, which the petitioners said was a shivling and the mosque Committee claimed was part of a fountain, appeared after water was drained from the Wuzu khana in the presence of fisheries officials. The pond was refilled with water when the survey was completed, he said.