Affidavit For Final Hearing By The Allahabad HC Of Mathura Shahi Idgah-Krishna Janmabhoomi Dispute Case On April 17

Affidavit For Final Hearing By The Allahabad HC Of Mathura Shahi Idgah-Krishna Janmabhoomi Dispute Case On April 17

Prayagraj, March 24 (TNA) The Allahabad High Court has given time to the Management Committee of the Shahi Masjid Idgah Trust and the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board, Mathura to file their rejoinder affidavits to the counter affidavit filed by Lord Krishna Virajman.

The petition is to be posted for final hearing on April 17. The hearing of the case going on in the Mathura court has already been stayed. Justice Prakash Padia gave this order while hearing the petition of Shahi Masjid Idgah Trust and others.

In this case, a civil suit has been filed on behalf of Lord Shrikrishna Virajman in the civil judge's court demanding cancellation of the July 20, 1973 decision and the declaration of 13.37 acres of Katra Keshav Dev land in the name of Shri Krishna Virajman. The plaintiff said that the decision given in 1973 on the basis of the agreement between the two parties regarding the land would not be applicable to the plaintiff. Because he was not a party.

Hearing the objection of the Sunni Central Waqf Board, the court dismissed the civil suit on September 30, 2020 against which an appeal was filed on behalf of Lord Krishna Virajman. The opposite side had objected to the maintainability of the appeal. The Court of District Judge, Mathura accepted the application and converted the appeal into revision application.

Five questions were framed on the revision petition. On 19 May 2022, the District Judge's court set aside the order of the Civil Judge dismissing the suit dated 30 Sep 20 and directed the subordinate court to pass the order as per rules after hearing both the parties. The validity of which has been challenged in these petitions.

Senior advocate of the petitioner SF A Naqvi says that the civil suit is not maintainable under the Places of Worship Act 1991. In this law, the change in the status of all the places of worship on August 15, 1947 has been banned. The court said, in the Sunni Central Waqf Board case, the proceedings of the subordinate court have already been stayed.

The reply has been filed on behalf of the opposition Lord Krishna Virajman. Within two weeks, the petitioners should file their reply affidavit so that both the petitions can be disposed of together on the next date.

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