RP Singh removed from Gyanvapi mosque survey, accused of leaking information

Lucknow: The survey of Gyanvapi Mosque (Gyanvapi Masjid survey) was completed for the third consecutive day in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi district on Monday. However, in the meantime, RP Singh was removed from the survey team. According to the information received recently, Singh is accused of leaking information related to the case. R.P. Singh had made the revelations in a conversation with a news channel. R.P. Singh has made a big claim and even said that there is evidence in the basement. R P Singh, a member of the survey team, said, "All the symbols of Hindus and most of the evidence have been found in the basement, which is completely safe. '

 

Apart from this, R P Singh had also said that if the debris in the basement is examined properly, then a lot of evidence is expected to be found. There are a lot of statues in the pillars that have been built in the basement and a lot of evidence has been found in the commission that has been done today. Let us tell you all that the survey-videography work of The Gyanvapi Mosque complex started in Varanasi district for the third consecutive day on Monday, amidst tight security arrangements. The survey was conducted from 8 am to 12 noon on Sunday and during this time about 65 per cent of the survey was completed. Varanasi District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma said on Monday that "the survey has started in the Gyanvapi Mosque complex". Let us tell you all that Varanasi Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh had also informed us about the start of the third day's survey work. May you all know that Gyanvapi Mosque is located close to the iconic Kashi Vishwanath temple.

 

The local court is hearing a petition filed by a group of women seeking permission to offer daily prayers in front of idols on its outer walls. Yes, advocate Madan Mohan Yadav, appearing for the Hindu side, had said on Sunday that today about 65 per cent of the survey work has been completed and it will continue tomorrow (on Monday). Apart from this, Yadav had also said that since advocates are not used to such survey work and it is entirely the work of archaeological survey, it is taking some time.

 

Acourt in Varanasi had on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking the removal of Advocate Commissioner (Court Commissioner) Ajay Mishra, who was appointed to conduct the survey-videography work of the Gyanvapi-Makeup Gauri complex, on charges of favouritism. The court had made it clear that videography will also be done inside the Gyanvapi Mosque.

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