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Gyanvapi Verdict: Court has opened the door on Gyanvapi, what will happen next, understand

Varanasi: In the Gyanvapi Masjid case, the Varanasi District Court has considered the Shringar Gauri case to be heard. After this decision, there is an atmosphere of happiness in the Hindu side. At the same time, the Muslim side is now busy in making further strategy. The court of Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh will now hear the matter next on September 22. Now the big question is what will happen next in this case. Let’s try to know what will happen next..

What will the Muslim side do?
It is believed that the Muslim side can approach the High Court in this matter. The Anjuman Inazaniya Masjid Committee, which oversees the Gyanvapi Masjid, can formulate a further strategy on this matter.
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Maulana Khalid Rashid Firangi Mahal, a member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, has said that the further strategy will be decided only after reading the entire decision of the court. He said that our lawyers will read the judgment.
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What will the Hindu side do?

A demand of the Hindu side has been fulfilled after the matter was considered worth hearing. After this, the Hindu parties can demand restoration of the pre-1993 status in Shringar Gauri. There has been continuous darshan worship here in the past as well. Hindu deities have been worshiped in this complex till the barricading was built in the year 1993. That is, the Hindu side can again demand worship here.

ASI survey will be done of Gyanvapi Masjid?

It is believed that when the hearing starts, the Hindu side can demand an ASI survey of the mosque. The survey report can also be discussed in the hearing. Carbon dating of Shivling can be sought.

Worship Act not applicable, what does it mean
The Varanasi court has not accepted the Worship Act in its decision. The Hindu side had argued that the Places of Worship Act-1991 would not be considered effective until the religious character of a place was decided. In fact, the Supreme Court had observed during a hearing at a place of worship that this law does not affect the ongoing cases in Kashi and Mathura. Those cases will go on and the hearing will continue. The Varanasi district court has also given a similar verdict. That is, Worship Act will not apply in Gyanvapi case.

What is Worship Act
This Place of Worship Act, enacted in 1991, says that a place of worship of any religion which came into existence before 15 August 1947 cannot be converted into a place of worship of any other religion. Anyone who tries to violate this Act can be fined and jailed for up to three years.

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