Varanasi’s fast track court considered Kiran Singh’s petition in Uttar Pradesh Gyanvapi Masjid case
Gyanvapi Masjid Case: Shock to the Muslim side from the court, objection rejected, said: Petition approved
Gyanvapi Masjid case: The fast track court of Varanasi on Thursday rejected the objection of the Muslim side on the appeal petition to ban the entry of Muslims in the Gyanvapi premises and to allow the worship of the alleged Shivling found in the toilet room of the mosque. Excluded.
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Prakash said the lawyers for the Hindu side argued that the deity has a fundamental right to own his property under the right to property. On this, the court rejected the objection of the Muslim side saying that the Places of Worship Act 1991 does not apply in this case. As such, this petition deserves to be heard.
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Significantly, in this case, the petitioner Karan Singh had demanded to ban the entry of Muslims in Gyanvapi premises, hand over the premises to Hindus and allow worship of the alleged Shivling.
The Muslim side i.e. the Anjuman administration had questioned the merits of the petition. The Muslim side said that this matter comes under the Places of Worship Act 1991, so it should not be heard.