Gyanvapi Row: Court Don't Want Objections to Go Unnoticed!

Tue May 24 2022 16:26:13 GMT+0530 (IST)

The temple city Varanasi has been stealing the limelight since earlier this month due to the Gyanvapi issue which traces back to few a decades back. As a major development, a local court gave orders for a videography inspection and the visuals were submitted to the court which will come in handy while giving a verdict.



However, there has been suspense about what the court will say in its verdict. The court heard the petition the other day and posted the matter to Today. The wait in this matter continues with the court giving a fresh date for the case hearing.

While posting the Shringar Gauri-Gyanvapi case hearing to May 26, the court said that those who have objections to the report submitted by the Commission which conducted the survey can file counters.

While the Hindu petitioners and the Right-wing supporters are hopeful that the verdict might be in their favor. However, the Muslim petitioners have a few doubts about the credibility of the evidence gathered in the survey. They also want to know if the petitions filed by the Hindu sides stand any ground under the Worship Act.

With the court allowing them to file their petitions, it appears like the Court doesn't want the Muslim sides' issues and doubts to go unnoticed. Once the petitions of both sides are heard then the air around the issue will be cleared and the verdict can be given.