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Court reserves order on trial seeking idol worship in Delhi mosque – Fast Hindi News

New Delhi: Delhi’s Saket court on Tuesday reserved order on an intervention application (IA) filed by Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaja Pratap Singh, who claimed ownership of the Qutub Minar land. Complex.

In this case Dhwaja Pratap Singh, through IA, claimed to be the heir to the United Provinces of Agra and said that the property of Qutub Minar was with him, so the minaret along with the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque should be given to him.

On Tuesday, the arbitrator submitted that the government occupied his property after 1947 and that he had Privy Council records.

Claim of right to property after 102 years

Advocate Amita Sachdeva, appearing for the Hindu side, submitted that the interventionist is claiming the property rights after 102 years. He is not interested in any kind of relief from the court. This petition is nothing more than a publicity stunt and should be dismissed at a heavy cost.

The ASI in its fresh affidavit has already submitted that the applicant’s claim that its right over Delhi and its adjoining cities has not been raised before any court since independence i.e. 1947, as per the submissions by the applicant. inferred from.

Further, the claim of ownership of the applicant and the right of prevention of interference in his property is terminated by the principle of the case for delay and negligence, the time period for filing recovery/possession/prohibition against him, whether it is 3 years Or 12 years have already elapsed from several decades, the ASI said.

The property was declared a protected monument in 1913.

At the time of declaring the property in question as a protected monument in 1913, the entire process was followed and no official came forward to object and therefore, counting the period from 1913 to 2022, the period of limitation was already several times. is over. In the affidavit, the ASI said.

Additional District Judge Dinesh Kumar on Tuesday reserved the order on the IA moved by Kunwar Dhwaj and fixed September 17, 2022 for announcement of the order in this regard.

Earlier the Court had clearly stated that it would hear/decide on the new IA before proceeding with further arguments in the appeal. The Court noted that an application was filed by Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaja Pratap Singh claiming to be the heir to the United Provinces of Agra and held that the property of Qutub Minar belonged to him and therefore the minaret along with the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque was given to him. should be given .

Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque was reportedly built after destroying 27 temples

The main appellant in this case had claimed that the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque located in the Qutub Minar complex was built by demolishing 27 temples.

The appeal suit alleges that the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, located within the Qutub Minar complex in Mehrauli, was built on the site of a temple complex.

Advocate Vishnu Jain, appearing for the petitioner (appellant), apprised the court that the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque located within the Qutub Minar complex at Mehrauli was built on the site of a temple complex. Jain read section 16 of the AMASR Act 1958, “A protected monument protected by the Central Government under this Act which is a place of worship or a place of pilgrimage shall not be used for any purpose inconsistent with its character.”

ASI opposed the appeal

Earlier, the Archaeological Survey of India opposed the appeal and said that since Qutub Minar is a monument, one cannot claim fundamental rights over such a structure. As per the Ancient Monuments Act, the Qutub Minar complex is a monument and no right of worship can be granted at this place.

There is no provision under the AMASR Act 1958 under which worship can be initiated at any living monument. The ASI stated that the Delhi High Court in its order dated 27/01/1999 has clearly mentioned.

The suit was filed on behalf of Jain deity Tirthankar Lord Rishabh Dev and Hindu deity Lord Vishnu (through their next of buddies) seeking restoration of the alleged temple complex, which consisted of 27 temples.

what is said

“This suit is filed to restore 27 Hindu and Jain temples with the respective deities in order to preserve and protect the religious and cultural heritage of India and to exercise the right of religion guaranteed by Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution of India. which were destroyed. Damaged under the orders and orders of Qutb-din-Aibak, a commander of the invader Mohammad Ghori, who founded the slave dynasty and built some temples on the same site, named Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque,” ​​the suit said.

The petition claimed that as per the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) 27 Hindu and Jain temples were demolished and the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque was erected inside the complex by reusing the material and the demolished temples was sought to be “reinstated”.

Idols of these deities should be renovated

The suit sought to declare that Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, Lord Surya, Goddess Gauri, Lord Hanuman, Jain deity Tirthankar Lord Rishabh Dev were to be “relocated” within the temple premises at the site of the Quwwatul mosque complex. have the right. Mehrauli, South-West Delhi “after recreating it with the same honor and respect”.

It also sought to hand over the management and administration of the temple complex located in the area of ​​the Qutub complex at Mehrauli to the Central Government after issuing a direction to form the Trust as per the Trust Act 1882 and preparing a plan of administration. For such trust.

“Pass a decree in the nature of a permanent injunction, prohibiting the defendants from interfering with permanently necessary repair works, making and making arrangements for worship, darshan and worship of deities in accordance with Sections 16 and 19 of ‘Ancient Monuments’ . and the Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958′ by a trust, to be created by the Central Government within the area,” the suit stated.

कोर्ट ने दिल्ली की मस्जिद में मूर्ति पूजा की मांग वाले मुकदमे पर आदेश सुरक्षित रखा

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