Allahabad High Court Has Approved The Gyanvapi ASI Survey, Resulting In A Victory For The Hindu Side

The ASI survey was halted on July 24, the day it was launched. According to the Allahabad High Court, the survey is required in the interest of justice.

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On Thursday, the Allahabad high court ruled that the ASI investigation of the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi may proceed. The top court denied the Muslim side’s argument that the survey would cause harm to the edifice. The survey would be carried out in accordance with the ASI’s affidavit, according to Vishnu Shankar Jain, the Hindu side’s counsel, following the Allahabad high court’s important judgment.

A scientific study of the blocked area surrounding the ‘wazukhana’ has been approved.

“Commission issuance is permitted.” Varanasi’s High Court was accurate. LiveLaw reports that “the scientific survey must be conducted in the interest of justice.”

“I have no doubt that the truth will be revealed following the ASI survey and the Gyanvapi issue will be resolved,” UP deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said after the Allahabad high court verdict.

According to Muslim leader Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali, the Muslim side has the option of appealing the Allahabad high court’s decision to the Supreme Court.

A Varanasi court ordered the ASI to undertake a survey to identify where the mosque was erected on the site of a temple on July 21. The survey was supposed to begin on July 24, but it was halted by the Supreme Court, which ordered “some breathing time” to appeal a district court ruling.

The Gyanvapi lawsuit began when a group of ladies addressed a court in Varanasi, alleging that a temple existed previously. A video assessment of the facility was ordered by the court. During the survey, there was a disagreement about a structure that the Hindu side said was a shivling and the mosque management committee claimed was part of a fountain in the wazukhana.

There will be no structural damage: Court

During the hearing, the ASI assured the court that there would be no harm to the structure, and the Allahabad high court stated in its decision that the condition must be upheld. The court ruled that the ASI must guarantee that no structural harm occurs. The ASI advised the court that it had the technical expertise to conduct the survey without causing structural damage or excavation.

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What Yogi Adityanath said before about Gyanvapi

“There will be a problem if we call it the Gyanvapi mosque.” Anyone with sight may tell that there was a temple. What exactly does a trishul perform within a mosque? What does a jyotirlinga have to do with it? The walls proclaim that it is a temple. And a recommendation from the Muslim society that there has been a historical error,” Yogi Adityanath had stated on Gyanvapi.

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