Gyanvapi Masjid Case: Court-Appointed Advocate Commissioner Shown Door

A petitioner said that the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb destroyed a temple in order to construct the Gyanvapi Masjid mosque in the 16th century. This allegation was based on historical evidence. A complete study of the complex was sought to be carried out by the Archeological Survey of India by the petitioner.

During the 1190s the temple is significantly destroyed as a direct consequence of the orders given by Muhammad Ghori, which sets in motion a chain reaction of destruction and restoration that will continue for the duration of the history of humanity. In the year 1669, the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb issued the instructions that caused the construction of the Gyanvapi mosque.

A court in Varanasi removed court commissioner Ajay Mishra from his office on Tuesday, when he was conducting a videography evaluation of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex. There will be no change to any of the other two commissioner posts. A further two days were allotted to the lone surviving commissioner and the other remaining commissioner so that they could finish the survey report.

The court came to the conclusion that Mishra, along with a private cameraman that he was working with, had been providing the media with consistent leaks of material on the case.

As part of an ongoing investigation into the Ganvapi Masjid complex, attorneys for the Hindu petitioners claimed to have located a Shivling there during the court’s mandatory videography study, which ultimately led to the closure of the pond. This claim was made as part of an investigation into the Ganvapi Masjid complex. Even though the charge was refuted, a member of the mosque’s management committee said that it was part of a fountain mechanism at the Wazookhana reservoir. This is the location where worshipers perform ablution rituals before chanting the namaz.

The court has given the order to Kushal Raj Sharma, the district magistrate of Varanasi, to barricade the area and prevent any visitors from entering. According to a court judgment that was issued by the judicial authorities, the DM police commissioner and the Central Reserve Police Force commandant in Varanasi are to be held liable for the security of the restricted zone.