Mathura Plea Seeks Muslims Be Stopped From Namaz At Shahi Idgah Mosque
Plea in Court in Mathura: Mathura can now become the...
Plea in Court in Mathura: Mathura can now become the new center of temple-mosque politics. For this, the court’s decision to conduct a survey in Gyanvapi Mosque of Varanasi is becoming an example. A group of lawyers and some law students have filed a petition in a Mathura court seeking a ban on Muslims from offering prayers at the Shahi Idgah Mosque. Within the 13.37-acre complex of the Katra Keshav Dev Temple, 10 separate petitions were earlier filed in Mathura courts by different Hindu groups seeking the removal of the mosque, which they claim is a mosque. It was built at the birthplace of the deity.
The petition, filed in the Mathura Court, states that most of the Hindu community believes that Lord Krishna was born at the same place where the mosque is located. The application has come here before the Civil Judge Senior Division of Mathura. In which it has been demanded that the original sanctum sanctorum in the Shahi Idgah mosque of Mathura should be sealed. The place where there is a ban on movement, there should be proper security arrangements. Ancient Hindu religious symbols and artifacts should be saved from destruction.
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Advocate Shailendra Singh, one of the petitioners, claimed that the mosque was built on the site where there was once a temple. He said that since the structure is built on the remains of a Hindu temple, it is similar to a temple and does not qualify as a mosque. He says that the mosque does not fulfill the pre-condition set in the Quran, which states that a mosque should be built on such undisturbed land which has no trace of any other religion. The court has given the date of July 1 for the next hearing of this matter.
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