The court directed the Uttar Pradesh government to conduct the survey at its own expense.
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Advocate Rastogi, who filed the case in the case, said the Senior Division Fast Track (Civil Judge) Court, Varanasi had directed the Uttar Pradesh government to conduct the survey at its own expense in the case. Read more – Uttar Pradesh: Now that the commissionerate system has been approved in Kanpur and Varanasi, these big changes will come; Learn the full details
He said the survey was directed to include five prominent archaeologists from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which would also include two archaeologists from minority communities. Read more – Shiva Ki Rasoi: Shiva’s kitchen starts in Kashi, more than five hundred devotees can take prasad
The advocate said that in 2012, he had filed a case in the civil judge’s court on behalf of the self-proclaimed Lord Bisweshwar Kashi Bishwanath that the Gyanvapi Mosque was a part of the Vishweshwar Temple. He said that considering his request, the court has ordered an archeological survey of the premises.