Seer community backs legal battle for prayer in Gyanvapi: Vedanti

Former BJP MP Ram Vilas Vedanti on Friday said that observers from across the country have supported the ongoing legal battle for the daily worship of Jnanavapi Vishweshwara Mahadeva at the Varanasi Complex in Varanasi.

On May 16, advocates of Hindu petitioners claimed that “Shivalinga” was found in the Jnanavapi complex. After that, the local court ordered the closure of the area, which was said to have been found “Shivalinga”.

Addressing a press conference in Varanasi, Vedanti said, “The saints and saints (daily worship) of the entire country, including Ayodhya, Mathura, Kashi, Ujjain, Haridwar and other pilgrimage centers stand to support the work. Jnanavapi published in Vishweshwara Mahadeva Jnanavapi complex.

At a meeting with Muslim community leaders in 1984, the Sadhus requested the handing over of three places, including Sri Rama Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura and Kasi Jnanawapi complex. But the Muslim community has not given any hope to the devotees, he said.

The court subsequently resolved the issue of Srirama Janmabhoomi and said that the issue of enlightenment would also be resolved through the court. “We have complete faith in the judiciary. “We will accept whatever the court decides,” Vedanti said.

If necessary, the speakers of the entire country will hold a Vishnuvapi Vishweshwara Mahadeva conference in Kashi. Vedanti claimed that during the Mughal rule 30,000 temples were demolished and mosques were built in their places.

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