Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Gyanvapi Mosque survey ends: Hindu side claims conclusive evidence

The videographic survey of the Gyanvapi Mosque was concluded today after three days of rigour. 

As per the Republicworld, the Hindu side claims conclusive evidence of idols being found in the premises. 

Speaking to the media, petitioner Sohan Lal Arya said that they discovered much more material than their initial expectations. On this occasion, he hinted that they would move the court seeking a survey on the western wall of the mosque. Brimming with joy, Arya said, “Baba Mil Gaye (We got Baba)”. When asked about the details, he gave a cryptic response, “Whom Nandi was waiting for”. 

Sohan Lal Arya remarked, “I can’t say a lot even though I know a lot. It is much more than what we expected. It is a very important day. When the time came, the slogans of Lord Mahadev resonated in the mosque. People started dancing. After this, we will demand a survey of the debris which is 75 feet tall and 30 feet wide on the western wall.” 

He added, “This is the next step and we will get the destroyed idols of our Gods and Goddesses in the debris that is 15 feet tall. The survey is over. We have come outside now”. Meanwhile, the report is likely to be submitted to the court after 10 am on Tuesday. Earlier, sources told Republic TV that the team discovered soil in the 5th basement of the mosque complex and raised suspicion over the use of white cement to destroy the idols on the premises.

On this occasion, Varanasi District Magistrate Kaushal Sharma stated, “The survey also took place from 8 am to 12 pm on May 14 and May 15. While the survey was to conclude on May 15, they decided that the survey will continue till May 16. The activity of the court commissioner continued today. It went on for nearly 2.15 hours and the survey was concluded at 10.15 am. Reacting to Sohan Lal Arya’s claim, he opined, “Apart from the usual slogans that are chanted in the Kashi Vishwanath temple, no unusual slogan was chanted. No information has been given about what the court commissioner discovered”. 

Giving details of the security arrangements, Varanasi Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh revealed, “We had given a comprehensive level of security system which had several stages. We held constant meetings with the parties, this was the order of the court in which everyone’s cooperation was expected. By interacting with the people at every police station level in the city, the misconceptions were removed among the people. It was a three-day operation, which has ended today. The survey was conducted in an ideal environment, in which no law and order situation was affected in any way.”

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