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Gyanvapi Masjid Case To Be Heard On May 26; Order To File Objections On Survey

Varanasi District Court has ordered that Order 7 Rule 11 will be debated. At the same time, advocate Vishnu Jain, who came out of the court proceedings, told that the court has asked all the parties to file their objection on the survey report in a week

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In the Gyanvapi case on Tuesday, the court made it clear that the matter will be heard again on 26 May. Meanwhile, the debate on Order 7 Rule 11 will be held. At the same time, advocate Vishnu Jain, who came out of the court proceedings, told that the court has asked all the parties to file their objection on the report of the survey in a week.

The District Judge has made it clear that on May 26, the maintenance of the case i.e. 7-11 will be the first hearing. Actually, the Supreme Court had ordered to transfer all the petitions related to the Gyanvapi case from the sessions court to the district court.

On Monday, District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesha had reserved the verdict after hearing both the sides for 45 minutes. According to the information, District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesha while delivering the verdict said that he will hear the matter on May 26. The Muslim side said that the matter should be heard on 7-11. Along with this, objections on the report of the survey on the decision of the sessions court asked to be filed within 7 days.


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