Will challenge Allahabad high court’s Gyanvapi order in Supreme Court, says Jamiat – Times of India

Will challenge Allahabad high court's Gyanvapi order in Supreme Court, says Jamiat - Times of India

New Delhi: In the background of Allahabad High CourtThe order allowed a lawsuit seeking the right to worship at the Gyanvapi complex and “restoration” of the temple at the Varanasi site. Jamiat Ulema -i- India (JUH), in consultation with other stakeholders, will approach the Supreme Court to challenge the directive.
While sharing the plan to approach the Muslim side. SCMaulana Arshad Madani, who leads one of the two factions of the JUH, said he hoped that such issues in Kashi and Mathura would be resolved in light of the Place of Worse-Hip (Special Provisions) Act 1991. Will not be. He reiterated Jamiat’s position that the 1947 Act should be followed under the 1991 Act.
“We will go as far as the law allows us to go,” he asserted. On the recent decision to allow the survey of Gyanwapi Masjid, Maulana Madani said that we have no objection to the survey, we believe that if the survey is conducted honestly, nothing will come out of it.
“But the manner in which this new controversy has arisen is against the 1991 Act on Protection of Places of Worship passed by Parliament, which clearly states that there is no such controversy in any place of worship except the Babri Masjid. will be raised, which has been in place since 1947. After the enactment of the Places of Worship Act, we hoped that no problem would arise over any mosque, but the sectarian powers did not allow it and they destroyed the Gyanvapi Masjid and the Eidgah. Mathura started raising the issue,” he added.

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