Petition seeking removal of Shahi Eidgah mosque merits hearing today – India TV Hindi

Krishna Janmabhoomi, Shahi Idgad Masjid- India TV Hindi.

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Prayag Raj: The Allahabad High Court will today hear whether a plea seeking the removal of Mathura’s Shahi Eidgah mosque is maintainable or not. The petition claimed that the Shahi Eidgah Mosque has been constructed on 13.37 acres of land belonging to the Katra Keshav Dev Temple. Earlier, Justice Mayank Kumar Jain said that the court will hear on the next date whether the petition is admissible or not. Earlier in the hearing, senior counsel (Amak in this case) Manish Goyal had argued on the matter that since these petitions were filed by Bhagwan on behalf of his friend, to avoid conflict in the petitions, the court should file a joint petition. Should be filed. A guardian should be appointed. In the absence of a joint guardian, the litigation will continue indefinitely.

The senior advocate’s suggestion was opposed by the lawyers of some of the petitioners saying that they have filed separate cases and will fight these cases themselves. After hearing the arguments of the lawyers, the court said that a perusal of the record shows that the applications for dismissal are pending. It may be noted that objections have been filed in some cases and not in some. The court then directed that in cases where the petitioners have not filed their objections, they can file objections till February 6, 2024. It was also directed that a copy of these objections should be provided to the lawyers of the accused before entering the objections in the registry.

It is noteworthy that on 14 December 2023, the Allahabad High Court had accepted the plea for formation of an advocate commission for judicially supervised survey of the Shahi Eidgah Masjid complex adjacent to the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple in Mathura. Earlier, the court had directed to merge 15 petitions related to the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Eidgah Masjid dispute in Mathura as they are all similar in nature. (language)

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