Krishna Janmabhoomi Case: 3 New Petitions filed in Mathura Court seeks Status Quo On Mosque Premises

Krishna Janmabhoomi case

MATHURA: Three new applications were filed in the court of civil judge (senior division) in the Krishna Janmabhoomi Dispute case, requesting among other things that the status quo be maintained on the mosque premises.

The applications were submitted in the Mathura Court of Jyoti Singh as part of a suit filed in the name of deity Sri Krishna Virajman and Lucknow-resident Manish Yadav, who claims to be a descendant of Lord Krishna, in 2020 for shifting the mosque. The petitioners claimed that the masjid is constructed in the area of 13.37 acres land of Katra Keshav Dev temple.

Earlier, the petitioners had moved the court with a plea for a survey of the mosque. The court has fixed July 1 as the next date of hearing on the reopening of courts after summer vacation. In the status quo application, the petitioners have claimed that some “vital signs” of Hindu temples have been buried inside the mosque.

In the second application, the council said, considering the large area of the mosque, the court has been requested to appoint two assistant advocate commissioners to assist the senior advocate commissioner during a spot inspection and also present their own independent report to the court.

In the third application, the court has been requested to order the presence of district magistrate, senior superintendent of police, Mathura chief medical officer and mayor during the spot inspection.

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(MARCH – APRIL 2022)



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