Delhi/Hyderabad, Feb 1 (Hydnow): The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Masjid Intezamia Committee of Gyanvapi mosque of Varanasi to approach Allahabad High Court against the Varanasi District Court’s order which allowed Hindus to perform prayers of deities inside the southern celler of Gyanvapi mosque.
Lawyers representing the Masjid Committee moved the Supreme Court Registrar requesting for urgent hearing of its application seeking status quo at the mosque site.
The lawyers said the Registrar conveyed to them that Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud had asked them to approach the High Court.
The Mosque Committee filed an urgent application seeking status quo at the mosque site contending that the administration was acting in ‘hot haste’ soon after the Varanasi Court’s order to perform the “Puja”.
The application said that these actions, occurring in the middle of the night, aimed to preempt any legal challenge by the mosque managing committee. (Hydnow)
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