It said that it has been apprised of the fact that proceeding before District Judge are still underway & it would be appropriate if appeal of the mosque committee is kept pending till outcome is filed
The Lucknow bench of the court comprising justices Rajesh Singh Chauhan and Subhash Vidyarhti passed the order on the plea moved by Sudhir Singh and others.
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The hearing in the case will continue on Thursday also when advocates of women plaintiffs will continue their argument, said district government counsel (civil) Mahendra Prasad Pandey.
The counsel for Hindu side said Muslim side argued on maintainability of case during which they read out all points, including the petition filed on behalf of Hindu side for allowing regular worship.
The plea sought to direct and declare that Section 3 of the Places of Worship Act, 1991 is void and unconstitutional for being violative of Articles 14, 15, 21, 25, 26, 29 of the Constitution.
Of the total 619 judicial officers transferred, 213 are civil judges (junior division) cadre, 285 additional district and sessions Judges cadre and 121 civil judges (senior division) cadre.
Strongly opposing Owaisi's statement, Jagannath Sena convenor Priyadarshan Pattnaik registered the complaint at the Singhadwar Police Station on Monday.
The Court admitted the petition and posted it on June 23 for hearing.
A total of nine police personnel have been deployed for the security of the judge, the police officer said. A purported copy of the letter has gone viral on social media.
The protesters said that the 18th-century ruler razed a Hanuman temple situated at the spot and built Jamia Masjid.
Facing a backlash on social media, Bhatti had sought to clarify his tweet with another tweet saying, 'I did not target any religion and why should I target when the matter is in court.'
District court judge A K Vishevesh ordered the transfer of the suit to a fast-track court, government counsel Rana Sanjeev Singh said.
It contended that Muslims cannot assert any right in respect of any piece of land claiming to be mosque unless it has been constructed on legally owned and occupied virgin land.
The email that was sent to alumni a couple of days ago purportedly gave detailed instructions on how to change the location, which had drawn sharp criticism.
The court gave a week's time to both Hindu and Muslim sides to file objections to the report of a court-mandated videography survey of the Gyanvapi mosque premises.
The plaintiffs before the Court are ten individuals acting as next friends of the deities claimed to be existing within the precincts of the mosque.
A fresh plea seeking permission to worship the "Shivling" claimed to have been found on the mosque premises during a videography survey ordered by a lower court was also filed.
But by not intervening in the civil court order of conducting the survey of the Gyanvapi Mosque issue, the Supreme Court has ignored its own orders, it is disappointing Brinda Karat said.