The Supreme Court adjourned the hearing of the Jnana Mosque on Thursday at 3 pm after a pro-Hindu lawyer pledged. The Supreme Court has asked the Varanasi court not to take up the case today. Before the Supreme Court hearing on Thursday, a survey report consisting of 10 to 15 pages was submitted to the Varanasi court. “The video chip has also been submitted to the Varanasi court,” said Vishal Singh, a special assistant commissioner of law appointed by the court.
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Supreme Court trial
Pro-Hindu advocates have demanded the postponement of prominent lawyer Hari Shankar Jain’s health for a day, which was opposed by the mosque’s managing committee. After the mosque’s management panel today appealed for civil court riot, lawyers appearing on behalf of the Hindu filed their promise that the matter would not be pressed before the Varanasi court. After the mosque’s managing committee sought a civil court hearing today, lawyers appearing on behalf of the Hindu filed their promise that the matter would not be brought before the Varanasi court today.
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The petition filed by the mosque panel challenging the survey order was taken up by a bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, Suryakantha and PS Narasimha. The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that the place where the Shivalinga was said to be should be protected by Muslim devotees without stopping to pray.
Trial in Varanasi court
The Varanasi court was also supposed to hold a hearing on the controversy of the Jnana Mosque but the Supreme Court refused to take up the case today. The report was submitted to the court in the first half. The report is based on a survey conducted at the mosque premises on May 14, 15,16.
Ajay Mishra, a commissioner commissioned by the court, submitted the report based on a survey conducted on May 6 and 7.
Detection of Seshanag-like structure: Report by court-appointed former commissioner Ajay Mishra
Former commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra, who was removed by the court for information leakage, said that several mosques and sculptures of gods and goddesses were found in the mosque along with other structures related to Hindu faith. “Outside of the barricading of the disputed area were found the remains of an old temple, with sculptures of god and goddesses and lotus motifs.