District Court, Varanasi on March 6 looked for reactions from the Central government, State of Uttar Pradesh, and UP Muslim Personal Law Board on a suit recorded in the interest of Goddess Maa Shringar Gauri, looking for the rebuilding of an old sanctuary at the site of Gyanvapi Mosque. The court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Kumud Lata Tripathi gave notice to the Central government, UP government, Varanasi District Magistrate, Senior Superintendent of Police, Varanasi, UP Muslim Personal Law Board, mosque the executives Anjuman Intazamia and Board of trustees of Kashi Vishwanath Temple. The court fixed April 2 for documenting composed proclamations and April 9 for outlining of issues. The plaint has been documented through ten people going about as next companions of the gods professed to be existing inside the regions of the mosque.
They have guaranteed that a Jyotirlingam in the old sanctuary was tainted in 1669 under Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, however, Maa Shringar Gauri, Lord Ganesh, and different gods were kept. After the incomplete destruction of the antiquated sanctuary of Lord Adi Visheshwar, another development of the Gyanvapi Mosque was raised, the plaint documented through advocates Hari Shankar Jain and Pankaj Kumar Verma stated. That picture of Maa Shringar Gauri exists inside the property being referred to at the rear of Gyan Vapi in Ishan Kon (North East Corner). The aficionados had been venerating every day Pooja and Worship at this spot, yet in 1990 (Nineteen Ninety) during Ayodhya development, the Government of Uttar Pradesh to pacify Muslims, put a few limitations in the day by day puja by enthusiasts. Since 1993 (Nineteen Ninety-three) the State Government forced some more hard conditions for aficionados in venerating Goddess Shringar Gauri and other auxiliary divinities," it was submitted.
The offended parties guaranteed that they have an essential option to perform 'pooja' inside the stamped premises.
"That Plaintiffs and the aficionados of Lord Shiva alongside auxiliary gods are qualified for performing Pooja, Darshan, Aarti, Bhog and so forth inside the whole zone of five Kos (Krosh) in the exercise of right ensured by Article 25 (Twenty Five) of Constitution of India and no individual has the option to meddle and make an obstacle in the presentation of Pooja/love of gods by the Plaintiffs, and different lovers," the plaint expressed. It was presented that the spot doesn't have a place with Muslims and that any hindrance made before January 26, 1950, has gotten invalid and void by the goodness of Article 13(1) of the Constitution of India. Further, "A symbol admirer can't finish his pooja and gain profound benefits without having objects of love. Any impediment/obstruction made in execution of pooja is forswearing of right to religion ensured under Article 25 (Twenty Five) of the Constitution of India. It was additionally brought up that a notification under Section 89 of the Waqf Act,1995 was at that point shipped off the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf Board, yet "no answer of the notification has been given by concerned Defendant and they have not made any strides incompatibility of the notification."
The offended parties have looked for the following reliefs from the court:
1. To proclaim that the whole Avimukteshwar territory has a place with offended party god Asthan Lord Adi Visheshwar in the core of Varanasi.
2. To restrict the litigants and each individual acting under them from meddling with, or bringing up any criticism or check in the development of the new sanctuary working, after the destruction and evacuation of the current structures and constructions and so on, arranged there.
3. To coordinate the Government of Uttar Pradesh and the Board of Trustees of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple to reestablish pooja and make a suitable plan for Darshan and Pooja by keeping up the rule of peace and law.