Gyanvapi ASI Survey: Report To Be Presented In Court Today
Varanasi, September 2 (TNA) The survey work of ASI which was resumed in Gyanvapi from last August 4 on the orders of the Allahabad High Court and on August 5, the district court of Varanasi, while accepting the application of ASI, had ordered to present the survey report of Gyanvapi campus by September 2.
The date of filing the report of the ongoing ASI survey in the famous Gyanvapi campus of Varanasi in the district judge's court is fixed on Saturday. However, due to the ongoing survey, the chances of filing the report are less. Meanwhile, Standing Counsel of the Government of India Amit Srivastava said that an application will be filed in the court on Saturday to extend the time for filing the report.
In view of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) survey in the Gyanvapi campus, the time of stay of the police force from outside deployed in the security system has been extended till advance order. On this basis, it is expected that the time limit for ASI's survey in Gyanvapi will also be extended.
The survey work of ASI was resumed in Gyanvapi from last August 4 on the orders of the Allahabad High Court. At present, a 20-member ASI team is present in the city for the survey. It also includes experts in GPR technology from Hyderabad. On August 5, the court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh, while accepting the application of ASI, had ordered to present the survey report of Gyanvapi campus by September 2.
Prior to that, the district judge's court had ordered the survey of the Gyanvapi campus. Also, the survey report was summoned till August 4. But, the matter went to the High Court and the Supreme Court. For this reason, the ASI had sought four weeks' time to submit the survey report.
On behalf of the ASI, the Central Government's Standing Counsel Amit Srivastava had requested for additional time. The second survey of Gyanvapi started on August 4, which is continuing. Now it will be worth watching on September 2 whether the ASI presents its report related to the survey of Gyanvapi in the district judge's court or requests to extend the time limit.