Gyanvapi mosque case: Rakhi Singh won't withdraw her plea, seeks to break mosque lock
Gyanvapi mosque case: Rakhi Singh won't withdraw her plea, seeks to break mosque lock

Lucknow: In a petition filed against the worship of Shringar Gauri inside the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi, Rakhi Singh, on behalf of the Hindu side, has refused to withdraw her petition. Five women, including Rakhi Singh, had filed a petition seeking worship within the Shringar Gauri. It was on this basis that the survey work was going on in Gyanvapi Mosque.

Advocate Shivam Gaur, appearing for the plaintiff, informed that Rakhi Singh will not withdraw her name, but one of the other five cases has to be amended. The lawyer said that the case of Shringar Gauri is to be heard again today, in which the lock of the Gyanvapi Mosque will be broken, there is no fault in the court commissioner. Advocate Shivam Gaur has said that no one except the mosque committee has any problem with the survey, there is no fault of the court commissioner, in this case, no one has any problem, and everyone cooperated inside except the mosque committee.

Rakhi Singh, Sita Sahu, Manju Vyas, Laxmi Devi and Rekha Pathak, both residents of Delhi, had jointly filed a petition in the civil judge's court, demanding that the Shringar Gauri and Vigrahas located in the Kashi Vishwanath Dham-Gyanvapi complex be handed over for regular darshan-pujan like in 1991. After which the court had ordered a survey of the Gyanvapi complex, which was opposed by Muslim organisations and said that, whatever the consequences have to be suffered, we will not allow the mosque to be surveyed and videographed.

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