Gyanvapi Mosque Issue: On the orders of the court, the survey work of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex has started. There were two big statements on the first day of the survey.
The lawyer for the Hindu side says that it is more than imagination, that is, what has been found in the survey is more than thinking, on the other hand AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said that we will not let the second mosque be lost.
We have already lost the Babri Masjid. All parties are engaged in intimidating Muslims. Both Congress and Samajwadi Party are silent.
He said that the manner in which the atmosphere of hatred has been created in the country, due to which the harmony is going to be in serious danger in the coming times.
One section is intimidating the Muslim society for vote bank politics, while the silence of other sections who dream of coming to the government on the basis of minorities is astonishing.
Before entering the Gyanvapi Masjid premises, Hindu side advocate Madan Mohan Yadav said that Advocate Commissioner Ajay Mishra had directed all the members of the survey team to be present at Gate No. 4 of Vishwanath temple complex at 7.30 am.
Special lighting and cameras have been arranged for videography of the premises. Along with this, Sohanlal Arya said that if he says more then it will be contempt of court. But all they can say is that there is much more than what was thought.
Senior party leader P Chidambaram also told reporters on the sidelines of the Congress's Chintan Shivir that the Religion Survey Act, 1991 was passed by the then PV Narasimha Rao government to avoid this conflict.
He also did a videography survey of Gyanvapi Shringar Gauri complex. When asked about it, he said, “The Place of Religion Act, 1991 was passed after due deliberation.
From this Ram Janmabhoomi was kept separate. We believe that religious places should remain in that condition in which they are and were.
There should not be any change in these, otherwise there will be a big conflict. It was passed by the then Narasimha Rao government to end this conflict.