Pune: Amidst the Gyanvapi Masjid controversy, Raj Thackeray's party MNS has made a shocking claim. Yes, MNS says that, 'Two dargahs have been built on the land of Punyeshwar temple in Pune city of Maharashtra'. In fact, MNS general secretary Ajay Shinde said on Sunday that, 'He has started the Punyeshwar Mukti (temple land liberated) campaign and appealed to the people to support the fight of the Raj Thackeray-led party in restoring the temple land. Of.' Simultaneously, citing the recent survey of Gyanvapi Masjid, he said that, 'In view of Raj Thackeray's stand on Hindutva, the government has started waking up.' Along with this, MNS general secretary Ajay Shinde also said that, 'Like Gyanvapi, we are also fighting for Pune's Punyeshwar temple.'
Apart from this, Shinde also claimed that, 'A commander of Alauddin Khilji, the ruler of the Khilji dynasty, had demolished the Punyeshwar and Narayaneshwar temples in Pune and later Dargahs were built on the ground.' On the other hand, talking about the Gyanvapi case, BJP leader and lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking to make himself a party to the Gyanvapi case. Yes and with this he said that the Places of Worship Act made in 1991 does not apply to mosques.
He says that this matter is directly related to his right to religious freedom. Lord Adi Visheshwar has been worshiped there for centuries. This property has always been his. With this, advocate Upadhyay said that under any circumstances his right to property cannot be taken away. He further said that once life is established in any temple, it does not change by destroying some parts of it or changing its form.