Owaisi’s big statement on Gyanvapi survey, said – we have lost one mosque – will not let the other lose

On the orders of the court, the survey work of the Gyanvapi mosque complex has started. Two big statements came on the first day of the survey. The lawyer for the Hindu side says that it is more than imagination, that is, what has been found in the survey is more than thinking, on the […]
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Owaisi’s big statement on Gyanvapi survey, said – we have lost one mosque – will not let the other lose


On the orders of the court, the survey work of the Gyanvapi mosque complex has started. Two big statements came on the first day of the survey. The lawyer for the Hindu side says that it is more than imagination, that is, what has been found in the survey is more than thinking, on the other hand AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said that we will not let the second mosque be lost.

We have already lost the Babri Masjid. All parties are engaged in intimidating Muslims. Both Congress and Samajwadi Party are silent. He said that due to the way the atmosphere of hatred has been created in the country, due to this, the harmony is going to be in serious danger in the coming times.

One section is intimidating the Muslim society for vote bank politics, while the silence of other sections who dream of coming to the government on the basis of minorities is astonishing.

Before entering the Gyanvapi Masjid complex, Madan Mohan Yadav, advocate for the Hindu side, said that Advocate Commissioner Ajay Mishra had directed all the members of the survey team to be present at gate number-4 of Vishwanath temple complex at 7.30 am.

According to officials, special lighting and cameras have been arranged for videography of the premises. The Gyanvapi Masjid is located close to the iconic Kashi Vishwanath Dham and a local court is hearing a plea by a group of women seeking permission for daily prayers in front of idols on its outer walls.

District Magistrate Sharma had earlier said that an important meeting was held on Friday with all the concerned parties, in which they were appealed not to obstruct the work of the commission constituted by the court and cooperate in maintaining law and order.