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NEW DELHI: The CPM said on Tuesday the decision of the district court in Varanasi in the Gyanvapi mosque case is in “clear violation” of the aim behind the Places of Worship Act, 1991.
On Monday, the court said it will continue to hear a petition seeking daily worship of Hindu deities whose idols are located on an outer wall of the Gyanvapi Masjid, even as it dismissed the mosque committee’s argument that the case is not maintainable.
“Wrong interpretations of the law by sections of the judiciary will lead to serious consequences of the kind that the law was meant to prevent. It is no secret that the ruling party is hell-bent on a distorted interpretation of history to target minority communities,” the CPM said in protest of the Court’s decision in which it said the 1991 Places of Worship Act did not apply in this case since devotees are seeking permission for daily worship of the idols which they say are already installed there.
The Left party went on to reiterate its allegation that a deeper communal agenda was at work in attempting to revive this debate.
“The claim that present-day mosques were built on sites where temples were destroyed has been a longstanding method to whip up religious sentiments and to use this for a communal agenda,” the CPM polit bureau said in a statement.
The party said the 1991 law came into effect to uphold the national interest of communal harmony and to prevent a plethora of motivated petitions such as those in Mathura and Varanasi.
“The CPM reiterates its support for the strict implementation of the 1991 law based on the spirit behind and the intention of the law,” it said.

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