Allahabad: Media reports that the Allahabad High Court has dismissed a petition by Anjuman Intezamia Mosque Committee against a suit by five Hindu women seeking the right to worship inside the disputed Gyanvapi mosque.
The judgment to dismiss the plea was taken by single-bench of Justice JJ Munir.
The counselor for the Hindu side told ANI News that the court clearly said that Mosque Committee’s petition is not maintainable and dismissed it He also hailed the court’s decision as historic.
The court will deliver its judgment on December 23. The Muslim side had filed this case against the decision of the district judge.
According to the report, five women who had filed a case in the court in Varanasi were made party in the case. The case was primarily to decide whether people regularly worship Shringar Gauri on Gyanvapi premises.
The report said that five women had filed a petition two years ago in the district court of Varanasi. The case was transferred to the district judge’s court in May last year. The Muslim side filed an objection in the court and appealed to dismiss the petition of the women.