Shri Krishna birthplace
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A case was filed in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajman and Lucknow resident Advocate Ranjana Agnihotri in the case of Sri Krishna birthplace and Shahi Mosque Idgah.
The litigation filed in the District Judge's court on the Sri Krishna birthplace case took a new turn on Wednesday when the Mathur Chaturveda Council and the All India Tirtha Purohit Mahasabha filed separate applications in the court and appealed to be a party in the matter. Of.
Separate applications were submitted in the court of District Judge Sadhana Rani Thakur on behalf of Mathur Chaturvedi Council General Secretary Rakesh Tiwari and All India Teerth Purohit Mahasabha National President Mahesh Pathak. It says that no one can be a bigger devotee of Lord Krishna than us. We are associated with a society whose life is based on Panda and Purohitagiri. If there is a dispute with the suit filed earlier, due to this dispute, the devotees will stop coming here, it will directly affect our lives.
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The application filed also refers to the Worship Act enacted in 1991. It is said that this Act has been deemed to have come into force from 15 August 1947. While the royal mosque Idgah has been standing for the last three hundred years. In this case, this suit is obstructed by the Place of Worship Act (Special Provision) and cannot be filed. This suit is revoked on the same level on these grounds. It has been said in the application filed by both the organizations that in this case we should be made parties and our sides should be heard.
A case was filed in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajman and Lucknow resident Advocate Ranjana Agnihotri in the case of Sri Krishna birthplace and Shahi Mosque Idgah. In this, Shrikrishna Janmasthan Trust, Srikrishna Janmasthan Seva Sansthan, Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board and Shahi Masjid Idgah Trust were made defendants.
In 1968, the agreement between the Shahi Masjid Idgah Trust and the Sri Krishna Janma Sthan Seva Sangh (now the Sri Krishna Janma Sthan Seva Sansthan) was canceled, demanding the removal of the mosque and the entire land of 13.37 acres to the trust.
In this case, the case was dismissed from the court of Civil Judge Senior Division, in such an appeal an appeal was filed on 12 October in the court of District Judge Sadhana Rani Thakur on behalf of the plaintiff. Hearing the case, the district judge issued notice to the four defendants and sought answers. Now on November 18, the defendants will present their case in the court.
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