Mathura Case: Court reserves order on maintainability

Mathura: A court of Additional District and Session Judge on Wednesday reserved its orders on the maintainability of the Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi versus and Shahi Masjid Eidgah case and survey of the Eidgah.

District Government Counsel (Civil) Sanjay Gaur said that Additional District and Sessions Judge (VI) Abhishek Pandey did not fix the next date of hearing on which the order will be pronounced.

It may be noted that Sri Krishna Virajman Thakur Keshav Dev Temple, Jai Bhagwan Goyal, a resident of Delhi, President of Dharma Raksha Sangh Saurabh Gaur, Advocate Rajendra Maheshwari and Advocate Mahendra Pratap Singh have filed a plaint on 23 December, 2020, claiming that Shahi Masjid Eidgah was built of a part of 13.37 acre land of Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi.

The plaintiffs request the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) to order removal of Shahi Masjid Eidgah from the land of Janmbhoomi. Later, in the same plaint the counsel advocate of the plaintiff Rajendra Maheshwari moved an application and requested the Civil Judge that as there was threat that the symbols of the Hindu temple present in the Shahi Masjid Eidgah may be erased, therefore a survey should be done immediately.

During the hearing in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge on Wednesday the counsels of both the sides made their submission. After hearing the submissions the court has reserved the order and has not fixed the next date to pronounce the order.


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