'You are an idolatrous infidel...', who threatened to kill the judge who ordered the Gyanvapi survey?"
'You are an idolatrous infidel...', who threatened to kill the judge who ordered the Gyanvapi survey?

Varanasi: A new controversy has arisen in the midst of the ongoing hearing in the case of the disputed Gyanvapi complex located in Kashi. Justice Ravi Diwakar, who ordered the survey of the Gyanvapi complex in this entire case, has now received death threats. In fact, Judge Ravi Diwakar had ordered the proceedings of the Advocate Commissioner in the disputed Gyanvapi complex in Varanasi.


At the same time, after his order, he had also told that his family is worried about his involvement in this matter. Now after receiving threats to kill them, legal action has also started along with investigation from the government level regarding their safety. In the matter, Commissioner A Satish Ganesh said that on Tuesday (June 7, 2022) a letter threatening Justice Ravi Diwakar was received through registered post, in which some other papers are attached. However, he later informed the police about it.

It is written in the threatening letter that, 'Now the judges have also been painted saffron. They pass judgments to please the extremist Hindus and the organizations associated with them. After this, the blame is thrown on the Muslims of divided India. You are doing judicial work. You have got government machinery, then what is your wife and mother afraid of? Nowadays judicial officers are showing trickery by watching the wind direction. You have made a statement that inspection of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex is a normal process. You are also an idolater. You will declare the mosque a temple. No Muslim, infidel can expect a right verdict from a pagan Hindu judge. After receiving this letter, the security of the judge has been increased and the police have started investigation.

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