District judge AK Vishvesha said the petition by the women — that led to a survey inside the mosque — will continue to be heard by the court.
Uttar Pradesh— Today’s decision on whether or not the case brought by the five Hindu women requesting permission to practice their religion within the Gyanvapi mosque, which is situated next to the well-known Kashi Vishwanath temple, is maintainable is anticipated from Varanasi’s senior-most court.
A study conducted inside the Gyanvapi mosque was the result brought by the women, and district judge AK Vishvesha is expected to rule on whether the matter would be considered further or lose legal significance.
In May, the supreme court assigned the Gyanvapi case to the Varanasi district judge’s court. The Hindu petitioners claim there are idols of Hindu gods and goddesses in the mosque complex. A report of the filming at the mosque was then submitted to a lower court in a sealed cover.