While hearing the Kashi Vishwanath Temple-Gyanvapi dispute case, Varanasi court reserved its order on the restricted question on whether or not it ought to take Order seven Rule eleven CPC application filed by the Anjuman Committee 1st or to require under consideration the commission survey report and invite objections thereto.
Sessions judge Dr. Ajay Kumar Vishwesha reserved the order when heard the Counsels for the plaintiffs and respondents as well as the Anjuman Committee.
For the inexperienced, the Court, last month ordered examination of the premises on petitions rapt by 5 Hindu ladies soliciting for access to hope at a Hindu shrine behind the western wall of the Gyanvapi house of prayer complicated in Varanasi.
They claim that this premises was once a Hindu temple and it absolutely was dismantled by Mughal Ruler Aurangzeb thenceforth, this structure was designed there.
On the opposite hand, the Anjuman mosque committee has argued in its objection and order seven rule eleven application that the suit is specifically barred by the Places of Worship Act, 1991.
Today, before the Court, the Plaintiffs argued that the Order seven Rule eleven CPC applications mustn’t be detected in isolation & ought to be thought of at the side of the Commission Report. They relied on Order twenty six Rule ten CPC.
Plaintiffs additionally argued that they ought to be given the CD, report, and photos of the survey of the mosque abovementioned. However, the committee argued that their application underneath O7R11 CPC should be detected 1st which too, in isolation.
After hearing the parties in case, the Court set to pass orders tomorrow on whether or not to listen to the Order seven Rule eleven application of the Committee of Majid 1st or to ask objections to Commission Report. Court also will decide tomorrow on the course of action to be taken on hearing Order seven Rule eleven application.