Allahabad HC To Today Hear PIL Seeking Ban On Entry Of Non-Hindus In Gyanvapi Complex

Allahabad HC To Today Hear PIL Seeking Ban On Entry Of Non-Hindus In Gyanvapi Complex

Prayagraj, August 8 (TNA) In the case of Gyanvapi a hearing will be held on Tuesday in the Allahabad High Court on the petition demanding a ban on the entry of Muslims in Gyanvapi, incidentally the fifth day of ASI's survey in Gyanvapi campus in Varanasi.

Teams of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) will start survey from 8 am. The PIL has demanded that the entry of non-Hindus into the campus should be restricted till the verdict of the Varanasi court in the Shringar Gauri case.

It has also been said in the petition that an order should be given to preserve the Hindu symbols found in the Gyanvapi campus. It has also been demanded from the court that such arrangements should be made so that the work of ASI survey in Gyanvapi is not affected. Advocate Saurabh Tiwari has filed a PIL on behalf of the petitioners. The division bench of Chief Justice Pritinkar Diwakar and Justice Ashutosh Srivastava will hear this petition.

Rakhi Singh, who filed the case in the Varanasi district court, along with many others have filed this PIL. This matter will come up in the Chief Justice's court at around 11 am. Regarding the survey in the Gyanvapi campus, Shubhash Nandan Chaturvedi, the lawyer for the Hindu side, told that the survey is going on properly. ASI teams are working with the help of machines and their own equipment.

If needed, the ASI team will also call the experts of the survey. He said that we only want that the evidence related to the temple inside the premises should come out in the survey. Subhash Nandan said that the ASI team is making a map. He is preparing the draft of the report and then will submit his report in the court

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