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Updated December 21st, 2023 at 13:40 IST

Gyanvapi Verdict LIVE: Varanasi court to present ASI scientific report today, judgement awaited

Gyanvapi Verdict LIVE: After ASI presented a survey report on Gyanvapi complex to Varanasi court in a sealed cover, the court set the next hearing for today.

Ronit Singh
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Gyanvapi Verdict LIVE: Today, the Hindu side will present its objection in the court on the application of Anjuman Arrangements Masjid Committee's plea asking the judge to present the ASI report in a sealed cover which according to the Hindu side is a clear 'violation' of the Supreme Court judgement. The Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee on Monday asked the Court not to give the ASI report to any party to which the Hindu side is objecting. Earlier, Hindu side lawyer Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain claimed that the survey report being presented in a selaed envelope is a "violation of the Supreme Court order" and said that the Hindu side has filed an application in the district court and sought a copy of the report. Catch all Gyanvapi Verdict updates LIVE here. 

Gyanvapi verdict LIVE: Varanasi court to present ASI report

  • The Muslim side argued that if the ASI survey report is made public, it will change the course of the case. “This will also help them in Mathura Bhoomi case,” they said. 
  • The Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee has requested the Court not to give the ASI report to any party. The Hindu side lawyers argue that the Supreme Court order stated that the report should not be filed in a sealed envelope.
  • The Varanasi district Court is all set to present the scientific reprot prepared by Archaeological Survey of India's (ASI) on the Gyanvapi mosque survey today. 
  • The Hindu side will present its objection to the application of Anjuman Arrangements Masjid Committee's plea. The Hindu side claims that presenting the ASI report in a sealed cover violates the Supreme Court judgment.

The ASI team conducted the survey in the Gyanvapi complex for 92 days, starting from July 21, and submitted the sealed survey report to the court. Earlier, in August this year, the Allahabad High Court allowed the Archaeological Survey of India to conduct a survey of the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi. 

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Published December 21st, 2023 at 12:04 IST

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