Gyanvapi case: Varanasi court rejects Muslim plea, next hearing on Sep 29

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[Varanasi: Advocate Vishnu Jain, appearing for the Hindu side, interacts with the media after a hearing of the Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri Temple case at Varanasi District Court, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022. ( /PTI] Varanasi (UP), Sep 22 : A Varanasi court, on Thursday, rejected the Muslim side's plea for allowing 8 weeks' time before going ahead with the hearing in the Gyanvapi Shrinagar Gauri dispute case. The next hearing in the matter is scheduled for September 29. The court also issued a notice to the Muslim side to file their objections on the application for carbon dating of the 'Shivling' by the Hindu side till September 29. Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, representing the Hindu side, said that they are filing an application to demand carbon dating of the Shivling. "We are demanding carbon dating. The Muslim side says it is a fountain, we say it is a Shivling. An independent body must investigate and ascertain this," Jain said. "The court issued a notice over our application for carbon dating and demanded objections from the Muslim side; disposal on September 29. The court rejected the 8 weeks' time sought by the mosque committee to prepare for the next hearing," he added. The Court further raised objections on dropping the 16 impleaders from the Hindu side, who had joined in over and above the 5 original litigants. The matter is set to be brought up during the next hearing on September 29. /IANS




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