Mathura (UP) – The Court will pass its verdict on Shrikrushna Janmabhoomi and Shahi Eidgah Masjid dispute case on 19th May. The case will be heard based on a petition filed by Ranjana Agnihotri on behalf of Shrikrushna Virajman, the Deity of Katra Keshav Dev Mandir, and six others.
According to the petitioners, after the order of the Mughal emperor, the temple of Shrikrushna was demolished in the year 1669-70 and the Shahi Eidgah Mosque was built on 13.37 acres of land. There is also a demand for excavation in this mosque. A prison will be found at the place after excavation, where Shrikrushna was born.
Mathura court concludes hearing in Krishna Janmabhoomi – Shahi Idgah Mosque case, reserves verdict till 19th Mayhttps://t.co/2yGwiGvYoC
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Petition pending in the Supreme Court
A petition regarding the birthplace of Shrikrushna has also been filed in the Supreme Court. It is said in the petition that the birthplace of Shrikrushna has been given to the mosque without any agreement by betraying the Hindus. Therefore, the Court should declare that on 12th August 1968, the Shahi Eidgah Mosque was given the site of the temple without any agreement and it should be returned to the Hindus.