‘GYANVAPI NOT A MOSQUE, PROPERTY VESTS WITH DEITY ADI VISHWESHWAR SINCE TIME IMMEMORIAL’: HINDU SIDE IN SC
Rakhi Singh and others, representing the Hindu side in the Gyanvapi controversy, have filed a reply in the Supreme Court outlining all of the facts justifying the temple’s existence at the Gyanvapi edifice site. The reply was filed in response to the Masjid Committee’s special leave petition challenging the Civil Court’s orders for a survey and sealing of the mosque premises. According to the submissions, the property has belonged to Adi Vishweshwar for centuries, even before the Islamic rule in India, and hence the deity’s property cannot be handed to anybody.
- 23 May 2022