Muslim society gave land from Gyanwapi Masjid to the corridor of Kashi Vishwanath pm Modi Dream Project

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Updated Jul 24, 2021 12:56 AM EST

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This agreement, based on the approval of the court, is considered very important. The demolition work of the local administration’s control room also began. One thousand square feet of land was provided from the temple site near Bans Phatak.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Gyanvapi
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Muslim society has also helped make Kashi Vishwanath Dham great. On behalf of the Gyanvapi Masjid side, the temple was given 17 hundred square feet of land next to the mosque in writing for the construction of the Dham. In return, the temple administration provided the Muslim community with a thousand square meters of land. The demolition work of the control room of the district administration set up on the found property on Friday has also begun. The land transfer was agreed in talks between the temple administration of Kashi Vishwanath and the side of the Gyanvapi Masjid. Even before Sawan and Bakrid, work began on defining the land transfer process. This agreement, based on the approval of the court, is considered very important. The district administration’s control room has currently been set up on this property. This means that Baba Darbar has grown by 1700 square meters.

After Kashi Vishwanath Dham gave 17 hundred square feet of land to the temple administration on behalf of the Gyanvapi Masjid site, a thousand square feet of land was made available from the temple site near Bansphat. It is assumed that it is not a land purchase for the corridor as land is given instead of land. Now it is used for the Kashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor.

That portion of the 1,700 square foot lot in the Kashi Vishwanath Dham complex had become an obstacle to give the construction a great view. This country was often discussed on both sides. The transfer of this ownership was made by e-stamp in the documents issued as part of the exchange of ownership pursuant to Article 31.The property was transferred on behalf of the temple administration to Kashi Vishwanath and Anjuman Inazaniya Masajid by paying a stamp duty of 9 lakh 29,000 rupees. According to the land report, the land transfer took the form of a land swap on behalf of Adi Vishweshwar and Gyanvapi Masjid.

Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agarwal said the temple administration has over 1,700 square feet of land. Because of this, the land has expanded in the Dham area as well. This has already been agreed. After completing the formalities, the land passed into the name of the temple administration and in return, land near Bansphat was handed over.

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Muslim society has also helped make Kashi Vishwanath Dham great. On behalf of the Gyanvapi Masjid side, the temple was given 17 hundred square feet of land next to the mosque in writing for the construction of the Dham. In return, the temple administration provided the Muslim community with a thousand square meters of land. The demolition work of the control room of the district administration set up on the found property on Friday has also begun.

The land transfer was agreed in talks between the temple administration of Kashi Vishwanath and the side of the Gyanvapi Masjid. Even before Sawan and Bakrid, work began on defining the land transfer process. This agreement, based on the approval of the court, is considered very important. The control room of the district administration has currently been set up on this property. This means that Baba Darbar has grown by 1700 square meters.

After Kashi Vishwanath Dham gave 17 hundred square feet of land to the temple administration on behalf of the Gyanvapi Masjid site, a thousand square feet of land was made available from the temple site near Bansphat. It is assumed that it is not a land purchase for the corridor as land is given instead of land. Now it is used for the Kashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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