gyanvapi: Investigation of the Gyanvapi Mosque: Domes, area of ​​offerings covered by Namaj, the investigation will continue on Monday | India News

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VARANASI: The third day investigation into Gyanvapi Mosque by the team led by Commissioner-Lawyer Ajay Kumar Mishra ended peacefully after covering the three domes and the main area of ​​the mosque, where Namaj is played , Sunday.
Despite the lengthening of the investigation hours, the commissioner-lawyer found the work incomplete. He informed the district administration that the investigation will continue on Monday morning.
Speaking to TOI District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma said the investigation team left the Gyanvapi campus after covering the domes and the main area of ​​the mosque, where Namaj is played, around 1.30pm. The hours scheduled for the inquest were between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. The investigation team tried their best to complete the work by extending the time, but all of their work could not be completed even after 1 p.m.
After that, the commissioner-advocate informed the district administration that the investigation will continue on Monday to cover some parts of Gyanvapi, which could not be covered so far, the DM said, adding that the Investigation team needed details of the areas already surveyed including the basement in possession of the Vyas family while the pond area for Vaju and some other parts will be surveyed on Monday. Officials expect the remaining survey work to be completed in a maximum of two hours on Monday.
Previously, the investigation team of more than 50 people, including the commissioner lawyer, the two parties and their lawyers, district administration and police officers, videographers, personnel from the land revenue department and workers, entered the Gyanvapi premises at 8 a.m.
Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh said that apart from the increased police force, the security plan has also been revised to ensure that pilgrims who thronged Kashi to offer prayer at Kashi Vishwanath Temple do not have no problem reaching the temple, he added, except from Gate 4 of Pilgrims’ entry into the Kashi Vishwanath Dham (corridor) was permitted from the other three gates.
In a petition filed by Rakhi Singh of Delhi and Laxmi Devi, Sita Sahu, Manju Vyas and Rekha Pathak, all natives of Varanasi, on April 18, 2021 asking for permission to worship daily and perform rituals at Shringar idols Gauri in Gyanvapi and prevent opponents from causing damage to statues. Civil Judge (Main Division) Ravi Kumar Diwakar had ordered an investigation into Gyanvapi appointing Attorney Commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra.
The commissioner-lawyer began the investigation on May 6 and covered the outer area of ​​the Gyanvapi Mosque. After that, the investigation was stalled as the Anjuman Intejamia Masajid (AIM) filed an objection in court claiming that the attorney commissioner appointed by the court for the investigation did not have the mandate to film at the interior of the premises. The AIM demanded the change of commissioner lawyer.
However, on May 12, the court not only rejected AIM’s request to change Mishra as Commissioner Advocate, but also appointed Vishal Singh as Commissioner Special Advocate and Ajay Pratap Singh as Deputy Commissioner Advocate. The court also strictly ordered the district administration to ensure that the investigation is not delayed for any reason and that its report is submitted by May 17.



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