Owaisi did not like court order on Gyanvapi mosque, said – ASI lying on Hindutva issue

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A fast track court in Varanasi ordered an archaeological survey of the disputed premises in the case involving Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanvapi Mosque. After this, politics has also intensified. The head of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and MP Asaduddin Owaisi has questioned the validity of the order.

Asaduddin Owaisi has tweeted several back to back. He said, “The validity of this order is doubtful.” In the Babri judgment, the Supreme Court said that a case in law cannot be extracted based on the discovery of archaeological findings, which have been submitted by ASI. “Owaisi has also questioned ASI. He said, “For every kind of lie of Hindutva, the ASI works towards the delivery midwife. Nobody expects fairness from it. ”

In his second tweet, Owaisi said, “All India Muslim Personal Law Board and Masjid Committee should appeal this order immediately.” It should be improved. Only ASI will commit the sin of cheating. History will be repeated as was done in the case of Babri. No person has any right to change the nature of the mosque. ”

He also said, “It is clear that the people who carried out the arrogant criminal act of demolishing the Babri Masjid have been left.” Nothing will stop the movement to take India back to the violence of the 1980s. Fantasy history will be constantly tortured. ”

Waqf board will challenge order on Gyanvapi mosque in HC

The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board will challenge the order of a fast track court of Varanasi to conduct an archaeological survey of the disputed premises in the case related to Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanvapi Mosque. Board President Zufar Farooqui said in a statement issued in Lucknow that the board will challenge the verdict of the Varanasi court in the High Court. The Board clearly believes that this matter comes under the purview of the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act – 1991. The law was upheld by a five-judge constitution bench hearing the Ayodhya case. Hence the status of Gyanvapi Mosque is free from any kind of doubt.

Farooqui said that the order of the fast-track court of Varanasi was under question as no technical evidence was presented by the plaintiff side that there had ever been a temple in place of the Gyanvapi mosque. Even in the Ayodhya issue, excavations by the Archaeological Survey of India ultimately proved futile. He claimed that the institute could not present any evidence that the Babri Masjid was built by demolishing a temple. Farooqui said that the Supreme Court itself had specifically mentioned this, so the practice of mosques should be discontinued by the Archaeological Survey of India.

What is the matter?

The senior division fast track civil court of Varanasi on Thursday ordered an archaeological survey of the disputed premises in the case related to the Kashi Vishwanath temple and the Gyanvapi mosque. The court has issued an order in this case to the Uttar Pradesh government to conduct the survey at its own expense. The petitioner for the case, Vijay Shankar Rastogi, said that the survey has ordered the inclusion of five eminent archaeologists of the Archaeological Survey of India, including two members of the minority community. He said that in the civil court in the year 2019, he had applied on behalf of the self-proclaimed Lord Vishweshwar Kashi Vishwanath as a friend. He claimed that the Gyanvapi mosque is a part of the Vishveshwara temple. Rastogi said that the court has ordered an archaeological survey on the premises considering his request.

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