The court of Mathura reserved the verdict on the removal of the royal Idgah mosque and accepting the new civil case filed for the ownership of 13.37 acres of land around Katra Keshav Dev Temple.
Mathura: The court of Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district on Thursday reserved its verdict on the removal of the royal Idgah mosque and accepting the new civil case filed for the ownership of 13.37 acres of land around Katra Keshav Dev Temple. The court is expected to give its verdict on 6 February.
Request to remove Shahi Idgah from existing site
Pawan Kumar Shastri aka Pawan Kumar Goswami, while claiming himself as the representative of Katra Keshav Dev Virajaman, on February 2, claimed the entire 13.37 acres of land of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi and requested for the land to be removed and the royal Idgah removed from the existing site.
Ownership of land sought
District government advocate Shivram Singh Tarkar informed that a suit has been filed in the court of civil judge (senior class) on behalf of Thakur Kesh Vadev Maharaj Virajaman Temple Katra Keshav Dev, through Pawan Kumar Shastri. He said that this is the fourth claim, in which the ownership of 13.37 acres of land of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi has been sought.
Set date for February 6
There was to be a debate in the court on whether or not to accept the case on Thursday, but the case was heard in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Devkant Shukla as the judge Chhaya Sharma was on leave. In this, advocate Pawar Kumar’s advocate RS Bhardwaj submitted a claim on behalf of his client. The court has fixed the date of February 6 to give a decision on whether to accept the case or not.
Only one suit was accepted
Significantly, three other cases of this nature have been presented earlier, out of which only one case has been accepted. Which was filed on behalf of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Mukti Andolan Samiti Chairman Mahendra Pratap Singh.
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