Gyanvapi Survey: Survey work completed on the second day, photography of every corner of Gyanvapi, speculations intensify ocn news

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The survey work ended on Sunday in Varanasi’s Gyanvapi campus. Today was the second day of the survey. Security was more strict on Sunday than on Saturday. Read every update…

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On the orders of the court, fresh survey proceedings are being conducted in the Gyanvapi campus on Saturday. The time for Sunday’s survey action in Gyanvapi is over. According to sources, the survey of some parts is yet to be completed, which can be completed on Monday. Some debris was found inside during the survey today. which is being cleaned. The survey work is almost over. Apart from the southern and northern parts, the survey has also been done in the remaining western wall and the upper part of the mosque. Three rooms including carved domes were surveyed. During this, every corner of the campus was photographed. After the paperwork, the team is out.

Here, there is no information about what was found in the survey. But the round of speculation has intensified. Police is keeping a close watch on social media. The security system was more strict today than on Saturday. According to sources, a total of 52 members of the plaintiff-respondent parties, including the Advocate Commissioner (Court Commissioner), entered the premises.

Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh himself came to take stock of the security arrangements. Told that today the security has been increased a little more. The visitors who have come from outside should not face any kind of inconvenience in darshan. Special attention was paid to this also. Like Saturday, everyone’s mobiles were deposited outside. District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma had told on Saturday that the survey of 50 to 60 percent of the premises has been completed. In such a situation, the survey was expected to be completed today.

Survey report confidential, round-the-clock monitoring

On the second day of the survey also, the investigation team reached the gate number four of Vishwanath temple at around 7.30 am on the scheduled time. Advocate Commissioner Vishal Singh told here that the survey report is confidential, it cannot be shared. Will the survey work be completed today or not? On this question, Vishal Singh said that let’s see how much work can be done. The court has ordered to complete the survey process before the 17th.

Barricading is already installed on both sides of gate number four, about 500 meters in advance. Shops are also closed. No vehicle is being allowed on Godauliya-Maidagin road. Visitors are being made to enter the Kashi Vishwanath temple through the streets. Police and PAC personnel are stationed at various places within a kilometer radius of Gyanvapi. Police Commissioner A. Satish Ganesh marched on foot and appealed for peace.

The proceedings in the basement of the western gate of the complex lasted till 12 noon on Saturday. The interiors of the basement, religious icons, artifacts and pillars were also videographed. The survey team thoroughly examined all the aspects. The locks of two rooms opened easily, but the third one had to be broken because it did not open. There is no door in the fourth room. It is claimed that on January 4, 1993, the then DM Saurabh Chandra had got the locks installed on the three rooms below.

The Muslim side got full cooperation during the proceedings. Videography of the interior of the basement, religious icons, artifacts and pillars was also done. After four hours of proceedings, the team members one by one came out of the mosque premises before 12 noon.

Earlier on May 6, the survey proceedings had started. The proceedings were halted on May 7 amid protests and uproar. On May 12, the court again ordered the survey. The report of the survey will be presented in the court on May 17.

The court has fixed May 17 as the date for submission of the report of the proceedings of the commission. After the survey today, the further strategy will be brainstormed. Reason, if the commission proceedings are completed, then on May 17, Special Advocate Commissioner Vishal Singh, Advocate Commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra and Assistant Advocate Commissioner Ajay Pratap Singh will submit the joint report to the court. If the team feels that more time is needed for the commission, it can also ask the court for permission to present the report on the next date.

Petitioners Rakhi Singh, Manju Vyas, Sita Sahu, Rekha Pathak and Laxmi Devi filed a petition on 18 August 2021 before the Civil Judge Senior Division, Varanasi, for the regular darshan of Shringar Gauri, located in the Gyanvapi complex, and for the protection of other deities located in the premises. Had it. In this case, the order for survey of the premises was issued by the court on 26 April. During the hearing, the court appointed Ajay Kumar as advocate commissioner for this.

On May 6, the team started the survey for the first time and on May 7, the people of the Muslim side opposed the survey team. In the court, the Muslim side demanded to change the lawyer commissioner. However, rejecting the objection, the court issued an order on May 12 that along with Ajay Kumar, Special Advocate Commissioner Vishal Singh and Assistant Advocate Commissioner Ajay Pratap Singh had been appointed. The court has also ordered that the commission proceedings should be completed uninterrupted by opening or breaking the lock. Strict legal action has also been ordered by registering an FIR against those obstructing it.

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On the orders of the court, fresh survey proceedings are being conducted in the Gyanvapi campus on Saturday. The time for Sunday’s survey action in Gyanvapi is over. According to sources, the survey of some parts is yet to be completed, which can be completed on Monday. Some debris was found inside during the survey today. which is being cleaned. The survey work is almost over. Apart from the southern and northern parts, the survey has also been done in the remaining western wall and the upper part of the mosque. Three rooms including carved domes were surveyed. During this, every corner of the campus was photographed. After the paperwork, the team is out.

Here, there is no information about what was found in the survey. But the round of speculation has intensified. Police is keeping a close watch on social media. The security system was more strict today than on Saturday. According to sources, a total of 52 members of the plaintiff-respondent parties, including the Advocate Commissioner (Court Commissioner), entered the premises.

Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh himself came to take stock of the security arrangements. Told that today the security has been increased a little more. The visitors who have come from outside should not face any kind of inconvenience in darshan. Special attention was paid to this also. Like Saturday, everyone’s mobiles were deposited outside. District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma had told on Saturday that the survey of 50 to 60 percent of the premises has been completed. In such a situation, the survey was expected to be completed today.

Survey report confidential, round-the-clock monitoring

On the second day of the survey also, the investigation team reached the gate number four of Vishwanath temple at around 7.30 am on the scheduled time. Advocate Commissioner Vishal Singh told here that the survey report is confidential, it cannot be shared. Will the survey work be completed today or not? On this question, Vishal Singh said that let’s see how much work can be done. The court has ordered to complete the survey process before the 17th.

Barricading is already installed on both sides of gate number four, about 500 meters in advance. Shops are also closed. No vehicle is being allowed on Godauliya-Maidagin road. Visitors are being made to enter the Kashi Vishwanath temple through the streets. Police and PAC personnel are stationed at various places within a kilometer radius of Gyanvapi. Police Commissioner A. Satish Ganesh marched on foot and appealed for peace.

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