Varanasi: The Varanasi district court, which is hearing the civil suit over the Gyanvapi Mosque-Kashi Viswanath temple complex issue, will hear an appeal by the Muslim side on Thursday seeking to have the civil action's allegations against the Gyanvapi Mosque dismissed.
"The court has stated that the matter on Order 7 Rule 11 will be heard on May 26. A copy of the videography and photographs will be made accessible as per the court's ruling. On the same day, all pending applications will be heard "On May 24, lawyer Madan Mohan Yadav told reporters.
In the case, district and sessions judge AK Vishvesha will begin hearing the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee's challenge to the Hindu parties' suit's maintainability. The court has also ordered that all interested parties register objections to the commission's findings on the mosque grounds.
While scheduling a hearing on the maintainability of the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri complex case, District Judge AK Vishevesh stated that the matter will be heard in accordance with Supreme Court directions.
As part of plaintiff Hari Shankar Jain's team, Ranjana Agnihotri is slated to argue.
The court also handed both Hindu and Muslim sides a week to file objections to the results of a court-mandated videography study of the Gyanvapi mosque premises, according to District Government Counsel Rana Sanjeev Singh. According to Hindu petitioners' lawyer Vishnu Jain, on May 24, the court ordered both sides to register objections to the commission report and submit the report within one week.