Hearing on carbon dating of Shivling found in the survey today, the court will also sit on this matter

Amit Kumar Jha
Gyanvapi Case
Gyanvapi Case

The court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh will hear on Thursday the carbon dating of Shivling found in Gyanvapi survey.

On Thursday, in the court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh, there will be a hearing on the carbon dating of Shivling found in the Gyanvapi survey. Along with this, the applications for becoming a party will be heard in the court of the district judge. On the other hand, Vice Chancellor Tiwari, president of the Jan Seva Sansthan, has also filed an application to become a party.

The court is also to hear the application made by Supreme Court advocate Vishnu Jain on behalf of the Hindu side, in which the alleged Shivling found during the survey has been sought for carbon dating from the experts of the Archaeological Survey of India.ย 

In this case, the demand for carbon dating has been opposed by Vadini Rakhi Singh. Along with this, he also has to hear the issue of preserving the thousands of years old Ganesha Lakshmi idol recovered from the debris of the Karmichael Library.