The Mathura court has accepted the application in the case of ownership of Sri Krishna Janmabhoom. District Judge Mathura’s court issued notices to all parties, including the Sunni Waqf Board, seeking answers.
Birthplace of Sri Krishna The Mathura court has accepted the application in the ownership case. District Judge Mathura’s court issued notices to all parties, including the Sunni Waqf Board, seeking answers.
District Judge Mathura has accepted the plea of eight petitioners, including Shri Krishna Birajman. District Judge Mathura also issued notice to the parties. The parties to which the notice was issued include the Sunni Waqf Board, Idgah Mosque Trust. The petition was filed in the Mathura District Court challenging the civil court’s application. The civil court refused to hear the petition filed by Shwar. The court said that there are innumerable devotees of Lord Krishna in the world. The judicial system is broken when every devotee starts applying.
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Please say that after Ram Lala Birajman now a case has been filed in the court of Mathura on behalf of Sri Krishna Birajman. Krishna Janmabhoomi has sought ownership of 13.3 acres of land and demanded removal of the Royal Id Dagah Mosque. The law is coming in the way of this case. It dismissed the controversial Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Mosque case, but closed all cases, including Mathura Kashi.
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The latest case filed by Shri Krishna Birjaman states that neither the UP Sunni Waqf Board, Trust Mosque Id Dagah nor any member of the Muslim community has any interest or right in the property of Katr Keshab Dev. These deities are inherent in Lord Krishna. Searching for the history of the place quoting the historical Jadu Nath Sarkar, the plaintiff states that in 1–9-–0 Aurangzeb Katra demolished the Krishna temple at Keshavdev, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, and built a structure called the Dagah Mosque.