Another Petition On Gyanvapi Filed In Allahabad High Court
Prayagraj, August 2 (TNA) Another petition has been filed in the Allahabad High Court in the Gyanvapi case. In this, an appeal has been made to protect the symbols of Hindus and to ban the entry of non-Hindus.
The petition has been filed on behalf of Rakhi Singh and others who filed the case demanding permission for regular worship of Shringar Gauri in Varanasi through advocate Saurabh Tiwari.
In the PIL, an appeal has been made to protect the symbols of Hindus found in the Gyanvapi campus and to ban the entry of non-Hindus. The PIL has said that till the decision of the Varanasi court in the Shringar Gauri case, the entry of non-Hindus in the campus should be banned and Hindu symbols found in the Gyanvapi campus should be ordered to be preserved.
It has been said in the PIL that such arrangements should be made so that the work of ASI survey is not affected. This petition has been filed in the Allahabad High Court The PIL is expected to be heard in the Allahabad High Court on Monday i.e. 7th August.
It is worth mentioning that earlier on July 27, the Allahabad High Court had reserved its decision after hearing the Gyanvapi survey case. The Allahabad High Court will pronounce its verdict tomorrow, August 3. The court of Chief Justice Pritinkar Diwakar had said that the stay on the ASI survey would remain in force till August 3. The court was hearing a petition filed by Anjuman Intejamia Masjid, which manages the mosque.