Hearing on carbon dating of Gyanvapi on September 29, Muslim side's demand for 8 weeks deferment

Hearing on carbon dating of Gyanvapi on September 29, Muslim side's demand for 8 weeks deferment

Varanasi court rejected the plea of ​​the Muslim side to give 8 weeks before hearing in the Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri dispute case. The next hearing of the case has been fixed for September 29. The court also issued notice to the Muslim side, asking the Hindu side to file an objection to the carbon dating application of the 'Shivling' by September 29. Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, appearing for the Hindu side, said that they filed an application seeking the carbon dating of Shivling. Advocate Vishnu S Jain, representing the Hindu side in the Gyanvapi Masjid case, said that the court has issued notice on our application for carbon dating and has sought objection from the Muslim side.

Jain said that we are asking for carbon dating. The Muslim side says it is a fountain, we say it is a Shivling. An independent body should investigate and find out. The court has issued notice on our application for carbon dating and has sought objection from the Muslim side. The next hearing will be held on September 29. The court rejected the demand of 8 weeks sought by the mosque committee to prepare for the next hearing.

The Court further objected to the removal of 16 prosecutors from the Hindu side, who had joined over and above the 5 original litigants. The matter is scheduled to be brought up for the next hearing on September 29. On the other hand, 16 people had applied to become a party under Order 1 Rule 10. Only 9 parties were present during the hearing. One of the parties withdrew from it. The application of seven parties who did not appear was rejected by the court.

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