In connection with the case relating to the permission for regular worship of Shringar Gauri and other deities in the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi, the counsel for the Hindu side on Wednesday presented in the Allahabad High Court the map in which the Hindu goddess before the demolition of the temple. -Indicates the presence of the gods.
Apart from this, the advocate for the Hindu side also said that till 1993, regular worship of these deities was done, but this system was stopped under an order issued by the then state government.
At present people are being allowed to worship once a year.
Advocate Harishankar Jain, appearing for the respondent Hindu side, said, "In the light of this situation, the request of the Hindu devotees to allow regular worship of Shringar Gauri and other deities in the Gyanvapi Masjid complex in Varanasi is fully justified." Is."
After the completion of the arguments on Wednesday, Justice JJ Munir of Allahabad High Court directed to continue the hearing in the matter on Thursday (December 8) as well.
Significantly, five Hindu women filed a case in the Varanasi court seeking permission to worship Shringar Gauri and other deities in the Gyanvapi complex of Varanasi, on whose maintainability Anjuman Intejamia objected and the lower court rejected this objection. Gave.
Challenging the order of the lower court, a petition was filed in the High Court.
Dismissing the petition, the District Judge of Varanasi, in its order dated September 12, said that the suit of these five Hindu women is not barred by the Places of Worship Act, the Waqf Act and the UP Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Act.
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