Gyanvapi Masjid Survey: Today was the second day of the survey at Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi. The survey work was completed today in the mosque amid tight security. The survey started at 8 am. During the survey today, there was a dispute over the pond near the Wazukhana in the mosque. The Hindu side demanded to drain the water of the pond. At the same time, the Masjid Committee opposed the removal of water.

According to information received from the sources of the Hindu side, during the survey on the side of the dome, a wall on which the shapes of Hindu tradition are visible, marble is visible, it has been painted with white lime. The survey team videographed it and also mentioned the insignia, which is giving strength to their point. At the same time, the team that went to survey inside the mosque also found a pile of 7-8 feet, which is covered with white paint.

The report will be presented before the court on May 17
The roof and dome of the mosque were videographed. This survey was done from 8 am to 12 noon. The report will be presented before the court on May 17. Earlier on the first day of the survey i.e. on Saturday, videography of 5 cellars was done in Gyanvapi Masjid on the orders of the court. Both the parties cooperated in the survey.

Hindu side claims to have found ruins of idols
After the survey, the Hindu side claimed that all the evidence is in our favor. The ruins of idols have been found in the cellars. The Hindu side said that the soil was filled by mischievous elements in the basement, it was cleaned. In the Lingayat society, there is a practice of ling donation in Kashi, broken lingas of that tradition have been found in the basement.

Darshan arranged for all
On the second day of the survey, all the gates were opened except one gate for the visitors of Kashi Vishwanath, entry was given to the survey team from only one gate. All the routes were opened so that the visitors do not face any problem and adequate duty has also been imposed in them.

There was uproar over the first survey
Delhi resident Rakhi Singh and four other women had filed a petition seeking permission for regular worship of Shringar Gauri and ordering the security of various deities located in the premises. On this, the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Ravi Kumar Diwakar had issued an order on April 26 and ordered a videography survey of the Gyanvapi-Sringar Gauri complex to be submitted by May 10. The court had appointed Ajay Mishra as the court commissioner for this. Earlier, the survey proceedings had started on 6th May, which was halted on 7th May due to the uproar. The court commissioner and the plaintiff who came to conduct the survey were opposed by the Muslim side.

On May 9, the Muslim side raised questions on the impartiality of the court commissioner and demanded his removal. A debate went on for three days in the court regarding this and then on Thursday, a Varanasi court rejected the application for removal of court commissioner Ajay Mishra. Along with this, Vishal Singh was appointed as Special Court Commissioner and Ajay Pratap Singh as Assistant Court Commissioner. The court made it clear that videography would be done inside the Gyanvapi mosque as well. After which the survey work started in Gyanvapi Masjid from today.

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