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Standing of locations of worship shouldn’t be modified, will result in battle: Congress on Gyanvapi Masjid

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By PTI

UDAIPUR: No try needs to be made to vary the standing of anywhere of worship as it might result in large battle, senior Congress chief P Chidambaram mentioned on Saturday.

It’s to keep away from such battle that the Narasimha Rao authorities had handed the Locations of Worship Act, he added.

His remarks got here a day after the Supreme Court docket refused to remain the inspection of the Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi mosque complicated in Varanasi.

Chidambaram mentioned the Locations of Worship Act was handed after deep consideration and the one exception in that act was to the Ram Janmabhoomi.

“We consider that every one different locations of worship ought to stay within the standing they’re and so they have been. We must always not make an try to vary the standing of anywhere of worship, that can solely result in large battle and it’s to keep away from such battle that the Narasimha Rao authorities handed the Locations of Worship act,” he informed reporters.

The highest court docket has agreed to think about itemizing the plea of a Muslim celebration towards the survey of the Gyanvapi premises.

A bench comprising Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justices J Ok Maheswari and Hima Kohli was informed by senior advocate Huzefa Ahmadi, showing for the Muslim aspect within the Gyanvapi mosque case, that the plea has been filed towards the survey being performed on the Varanasi website.

“We now have filed in relation to a survey which has been directed to be performed in relation to the Varanasi property. This (Gyanvapi) has been a mosque since time immemorial and that is clearly interdicted by the Locations of Worship Act,” Ahmadi mentioned on Friday.

He mentioned the path to conduct a survey has been handed and an order of established order be handed for the time being Varanasi’s quick observe court docket headed by a civil choose (senior division) had on April 8, 2021 directed the Archaeological Survey of India to conduct a survey of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple-Gyanvapi Mosque complicated and verify if a temple was demolished to construct the mosque that stands adjoining to the temple.

The Allahabad Excessive Court docket, nevertheless, stayed the Varanasi court docket’s order on petitions by Anjuman Intazamia Masjid and the Sunni Central Waqf Board.

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