14.1 C
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Prohibitory orders imposed before key Gyanvapi verdict


Share post:

Varanasi: Prohibitory orders have been imposed ahead of Monday verdict in a district court here in Uttar Pradesh on the maintainability of a plea seeking permission for daily worship at Maa Shringar Gauri Sthal inside the Gyanvapi complex.

The Varanasi Commissionerate issued the order and asked officers to hold talks with various religious leaders in their respective areas to ensure peace.

District judge Ajay Krishna Vishvesha reserved his order till September 12 when the matter was last heard on August 24.

Varanasi Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh said that to maintain law and order and peace, the city has been divided into sectors and the police force have been deployed as per the sensitivity of the area.

He said that flag march and foot march were being carried out in highly sensitive areas.

Along with this checking on the borders along with guest houses, hotels were being done in the wake of the sensitivity of the case.

Five women have moved the plaint seeking permission for daily worship at Maa Shringar Gauri Sthal inside Gyanvapi complex. The district court will decide whether the plaint is maintainable or not.

Related articles

Rich liking Dubai, Indians buy property worth 1.86 lakh crores in 7 years

The craze of buying property in Dubai among the rich all across the globe is increasing consistently, and...

Netherlands, Japan to ban export of chip technology to China

Netherlands and Japan have shown consent in banning the export of high-tech machines, which are used for chip...

Hindus in Britain receive first permanent cremation ground after 50-year struggle

Following a decades-old struggle and facing rejection earlier, the first purpose-build (permanent) cremation ground will now be constructed...

Europeans do not want same government for more than two years

It is the result of the increasing awareness about people’s rights and pressure of the public opinion, that...