Krishna Janmabhoomi case: UP court allows plea seeking removal of mosque to be filed.
A Mathura Civil Court has allowed a plea seeking removal of the mosque to be filed in the Krishna Janmabhoomi case.
The court ruled, ” Mathura court rules that the suit to remove the Shahi Idgah Mosque on the ground that it was built over the Krishna Janmabhoomi land is maintainable”.
The court observed that whether Krishna Janmabhoomi Seva Sangh had the power to enter into compromise with Trust Masjid Eidgah is a matter of evidence which can be determined only on the basis of the evidence abducted by both the parties during the trial.
The hearing will resume from May 26.
An earlier order of the Civil court which had dismissed the suit was challenged before the Mathura Court in a revision plea.The matter has bee sent back to the civil court to be heard on merits.
A court in Mathura on Thursday reserved it’s verdict in the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Shahi Idgah Mosque dispute case for May 19th.
Of the Three law suits, in this case, the second suit was filed by Hindu Army chief Manish Yadav and the third by five other plaintiffs through advocate Mahendra Pratap Singh.
The suits have demanded the removal of the mosque allegedly built on orders of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1669- 70 in the 13.37 acre premise of Katra Keshav Dev temple near the birth place of the deity Krishna.
“As the arguments by the both sides concluded on Thursday, Sessions Judge Rajeev Bharti set May 19 for pronouncing the judgements on the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi suit”. District Government counsel (Civil) Sanjal Gaur said.
Claiming herself to be the next friend of Shri Krishna Virajman, the plea was filed by Agnihotri and the six others in the court of civil judge senior division on September 25th last year for shifting the Shahi Masjid Idgah, constructed on a part of the 13.37 acre land of the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust, he said.
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