'Shahi Idgah complex to be handed over to Hindus..,' HC stayed hearing of petition
'Shahi Idgah complex to be handed over to Hindus..,' HC stayed hearing of petition

Lucknow: The Allahabad High Court has stayed the ongoing hearing in the Mathura Civil Court in connection with the Shri Krishna Janmasthan and Shahi Idgah dispute in Mathura. The High Court has stayed the hearing of the case for 8 weeks. On May 19, 2022, the district judge issued an order in the civil court to hear a petition seeking handing over of the disputed Shahi Idgah complex to Hindus.

According to reports, the district judge's order was challenged by the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board in the Allahabad High Court. Now the HC has overturned the order given by the district judge in this case. A single bench of Justice Salil Kumar Roy, which is hearing the case, issued notices to all the parties and asked them to file their replies within eight weeks. The matter will now come up for hearing after 8 weeks. In fact, the UP Sunni Waqf Board had moved to the High Court under Article 227 of the Constitution. The board had contended that the Mathura court's order was passed without jurisdiction as the valuation of revision was more than Rs 25,00,000. Therefore, the District Judge does not have the economic jurisdiction to hear revision. Let us know that, the High Court has stayed only the hearing of suit no. 176/2020.  

Let us tell you that the case of Supreme Court lawyer Ranjana Agnihotri, who filed a claim on 13.37 acres of land by making Lord Krishna seated as a plaintiff, was registered by the court of District Judge Rajiv Bharti on 19 May 2022 considering it to be hearable. After a long court process of almost two years, the court decided to register his petition. On the decision of the court, lawyer Ranjana said that it is the victory of Lord Krishna.

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