Varanasi: The district court of Varanasi will now hear the next hearing on May 26 in the Gyanvapi case. The District Judge has made it clear that on May 26, the maintainability of the case i.e. 7-11 will be the first hearing. The court has asked both the parties to file objections on Gyanvapi's survey report within a week. In fact, the apex court had ordered the transfer of all the petitions related to the Gyanvapi case from the sessions court to the district court. On Monday, District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesha had reserved his order after hearing both the sides for 45 minutes.
Varanasi District Judge Ajay Kumar Vishvesh said during the hearing today that the maintainability of the suit will be heard under Order 7 Rule 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC). The next date of hearing has been fixed for May 26. The judge has also asked the Muslim side to file an objection to the survey report. Varanasi District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesha, while pronouncing the verdict, said that they will hear the matter on May 26. The Muslim side said that the case should be heard on 7-11. To which the court said that 7-11 will be heard first. Along with this, the district court has directed both the parties to file objections on the report of the survey on the decision of the sessions court within 7 days.
At the same time, the Hindu Sena has appealed to be a party to the case, saying that the entire premises of Gyanvapi should be handed over to the Hindu parties for worship. Kashi is the city of Mahadev and it is also an undisturbed area. In the application, an appeal has been made to the court that after determining the place from the opinion of all the parties, order to build the mosque elsewhere. The entire premises of Gyanvapi should be given to the Hindu side for the worship of Shiva family.