Gujarat High Court rejects petition of Sunni Waqf Board claiming ownership of two islands in Beyt Dwarka

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  • This is not correct, history is different yet the Sunni Waqf Board dares to directly go to Court making such a claim, will Hindus ever realise this ? Will Hindus, even in their dream ever dare to claim Mecca ?
  • Hindus expect the Court not only to reject such petition but to take action against Waqf Board.

Dwarka (Gujarat) – The Sunni Waqf Board had filed a petition in the Gujarat High Court claiming two islands on the island of Beyt (Bet) Dwarka, a Holy pilgrimage place for Hindus. The petition was dismissed by the Court. There are 8 small islands in the cluster of Beyt Dwarka Island.

The Waqf Board had claimed in the petition that they own two islands on Beyt Dwarka. The Court asked, “Are you aware of what you are saying ? How can the Waqf Board claim ownership of land in the city of Shrikrushna ?”

Beyt Dwarka was the abode of Shrikrushna when He ruled Dwarka. It is a 30 minutes ride by boat from Okha. 7,000 families live on this island, of which, 6,000 families are Muslims.

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