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VARANASI: A fast-track court will hear from October 6 the maintainability of a suit seeking a ban on the entry of Muslims in Gyanvapi mosque, handing the complex to Hindus and permitting daily worship of Lord Aadi Visheshwar there.
The suit was filed by Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh (VVVS) in May, with the organisation’s chief Jitendra Singh Visen making his wife Kiran Singh the plaintiff.
Anjuman Intejamia Masajid, the mosque management committee, had to begin arguments challenging the maintainability of the petition before the civil judge, senior division (fast-track court), Mahendra Kumar Pandey, said VVSS lawyer Shivam Gaur on Tuesday. “But two AIM lawyers informed the court that arguments could not be started from Tuesday as their senior was unwell. The court gave time to AIM, but made it clear the hearing would begin from October 6 and continue daily,” Gaur said.
VVSS is backing Rakhi Singh, one of the five plaintiffs seeking the right to unrestricted daily worship of goddess Shringar Gauri and other deities on the Gyanvapi mosque premises. The Varanasi district court allowed Monday maintainability of the women’s petition that was questioned by AIM.

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