New Delhi: The inquiry commission is now going to present the survey report of Gyanvapi Masjid in Varanasi court. At the same time, the politics has also become heated on this issue and the statements of religious leaders have also started coming out. In this sequence, Maulana Shahabuddin, the preacher of Dargah Hazrat in Bareilly, has given a provocative statement. He has threatened and said that the mosque will remain till the Qayamat. The preacher of Dargah Hazrat Maulana Shahabuddin said in a threatening tone that, 'Muslim can no longer tolerate all these matters. We gave Babri Masjid once. The Supreme Court's decision came and the Muslims of the whole country bowed their heads in front of that decision.
But now apart from this we cannot give another mosque. The scale of our patience should not be measured, the limit of our tolerance should not be exceeded. There was a Masjid, there is a Masjid and the Masjid will remain till the Qayamat. At the same time, AIMIM Chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has said that, 'The commissioner appointed by the court has not claimed in the court to get the Shivling. Rather, the Hindu side has claimed and the court ordered to seal the place. This is against the Act made in 1991. There is no Shivling in the premises but there is a fountain and this fountain is present in every mosque. Had the Shivling been found, the court commissioner should have told this.
AIMIM's national spokesperson Syed Wasim Waqar said that, 'Somebody gave an application and the court decided that the place should be sealed. This judgment was reminiscent of the 1949 Ayodhya verdict. When videography and report have not even been presented in the court, then how was anyone's application accepted. If the application itself was to be considered, then what was the need for the survey?' On the other hand, Maulana Yasub Abbas, General Secretary of the All India Shia Muslim Personal Law Board and Shia religious leader, has also questioned that, 'Evidence has not been presented in the court yet. We respect the court's decision. But it is a matter of great regret that whether it is a temple, a mosque, a gurudwara or a church, putting it in this type of politics is not a sign of a healthy country.