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Gyanvapi News : The decision of the British Trial Court of 1936 will be the biggest evidence in the SC on Gyanvapi? know what

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New Delhi: Hearing of Gyanvapi case will start from today in Varanasi District Judge’s court. On the other hand, five Hindu women who approached the court have mentioned before the Supreme Court the decision of the British Trial Court of 1936. The litigants claimed before the SC that the entire land of the Gyanvapi Masjid belonged to the Kashi Vishwanath temple. He referred to the statement of the trial court of the British Government which had dismissed the 1936 case of a Muslim man on the ground that the mosque land was not the property of the Waqf. Anjuman Inazaniya Masjid Management Committee of Varanasi had filed a petition demanding cancellation of the survey of Gyanvapi Masjid. In the affidavit filed in response to this, the litigants, through their lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain, said that the British government had taken the absolutely correct stand that the land belonged to the temple as it was never a waqf property, so Muslims cannot claim the mosque. .

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The plaintiffs said, ‘Historians have confirmed that the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb had issued a decree on 9 April 1669 for the demolition of the Adi Visheshwar (Kashi Vishwanath) temple in Varanasi. There is nothing on record to prove that the then ruler or any subsequent ruler passed any order making the disputed land a waqf or handing over the land to any Muslim or Muslim institution.

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How is the mosque on the temple land?
The Hindu side has argued, ‘A mosque can be built only on the land earmarked by the Waqf and the Waqf should have real legal right to the property.’ He said that any construction done on temple land on the orders of any Muslim ruler or any Muslim cannot be considered as a mosque.

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What is Waqf?
Muslim experts tell that Waqf means donation made for any religious work. In such a situation, if a person who believes in Islam has made any donation for religious works, then it is called Waqf. Under this, educational institutions, cemeteries, mosques and other institutions come.

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