Kashi Vishwanath Dham Gyanvapi Masjid Vadmitra will go to court over land transfer issues

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Jul 24, 2021 10:41 PM IST

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The plaintiff asked on what basis the administration notified the land to the Sunni Waqf board of directors? He said that in a three-year trial in 1942 the High Court found that the people of the Muslim community had no right to land in the Gyanvapi complex.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Gyanvapi
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Lord Vishweshwarnaths (Baba Vishwanath) Vadmitra Vijayshankar Rastogi has declared the exchange of land in the Gyanvapi complex between the Sunni Waqf Committee and the temple administration unconstitutional. On Saturday, he said the ownership issue of the land was still pending in court. So how can it be exchanged?The parties to the proceedings will go to court against this decision. He asked on what basis the administration communicated the country to the Sunni Waqf board? He said that in a three-year trial in 1942 the High Court found that the people of the Muslim community had no right to land in the Gyanvapi complex.

People of Muslim society can only offer Namaz in the Gyanvapi Mosque. He said the ownership of 1,700 square feet of land reported to the Waqf board was never occupied by the Anjuman Inaztiya Masajid Committee.

Here everyone welcomed this initiative after the land was made available by the Intejamia Committee for Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham. Both sections see this as a new hope and a new path. On the other hand, enlightened people from Kashi say this initiative is welcome and its message will go far. New paths will also open up for new generations.

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Lord Vishweshwarnaths (Baba Vishwanath) Vadmitra Vijayshankar Rastogi has declared the exchange of land in the Gyanvapi complex between the Sunni Waqf Committee and the temple administration unconstitutional. On Saturday, he said the ownership issue of the land was still pending in court. So how can it be exchanged?

The parties to the proceedings will go to court against this decision. He asked on what basis the administration communicated the country to the Sunni Waqf board? He said that in a three-year trial in 1942 the High Court found that the people of the Muslim community had no right to land in the Gyanvapi complex.

People of Muslim society can only offer Namaz in the Gyanvapi Mosque. He said the ownership of 1,700 square feet of land reported to the Waqf board was never occupied by the Anjuman Inaztiya Masajid Committee.

Here everyone welcomed this initiative after the land was made available by the Intejamia Committee for Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham. Both sections see this as a new hope and a new path. On the other hand, enlightened people from Kashi say this initiative is welcome and its message will go far. New paths will also open up for new generations.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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