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Gyanvapi: ASI's 43-member team is inspecting the premises, Hindu side present, but no one from Muslim side reached

Pankaj Prasad
ASI team started survey of Gyanvapi campus
ASI team started survey of Gyanvapi campus

ASI team has started survey of Gyanvapi campus. The government has issued a high alert in the city.

Gyanvapi: ASI team has started survey of Gyanvapi campus. The government has issued a high alert in the city. While the Hindu side has spoken of cooperation in the survey, the Anjuman Intejamia Masjid Committee has demanded an extension of the date of the survey citing the hearing in the Supreme Court on Monday against the order of the district judge.

From broom and shovel to state-of-the-art machines

From brooms and shovels to state-of-the-art machines have been taken inside for survey work. Gate number four of Kashi Vishwanath Dham is closed as before. Devotees are going next to him for darshan worship as before. In view of the security arrangements, Commissioner of Police Mutha Ashok Jain is also in the Vishwanath temple area.

Confusion about starting the survey work

A 43-member team of ASI, which reached Gyanvapi with modern machines, is currently inspecting the premises. No member of the Muslim side has reached. Due to the absence of the Muslim side, there is confusion about starting the survey work. Teams of PWD and Electricity Department have also been deployed to assist in the survey work.

The survey of the campus can be completed in five to six days

After this, we will collect every smallest thing that comes in the survey as evidence. The ASI team can complete the survey of the entire campus in five to six days. ASI survey in Gyanvapi campus will reveal the truth to the world. The hope of a solution to a big dispute is also tied.

Survey started in a scientific way

On the orders of the District Judge's court in Varanasi, the ASI team started the scientific survey in the Gyanvapi campus from Monday morning. In this, ASI experts from many cities of the country had reached Varanasi on Sunday night. First thing in the morning, the team members will put trenches around Gyanvapi.

Team arrived with modern machines

The survey team entered Gyanvapi. The team entered from gate number four of Kashi Vishwanath Dham. The ASI team that reached Gyanvapi for survey has modern machines.

Sohan Lal Arya, the petitioner in the Gyanvapi Masjid case, said that it is a very proud moment for us Hindu community and for crores of Hindus. Survey is the only possible solution to this knowledge-wide issue.



Survey has started - lawyer

Advocate Sudhir Tripathi, representing the Hindu side, said that there will be a Gyanvapi survey today, which is good for us. The survey has started. Can't say how long it will last.

The survey was ordered on July 21

The court of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh had ordered on July 21 that the ASI should conduct a scientific investigation of the rest of the parts except the seal storage located in the Gyanvapi campus. Also, make a report and give it by August 4 and tell whether a mosque has been built on top of the temple after breaking it.


ASI's 43-member team is inspecting the premises, Hindu side present, but no one from Muslim side reached
Scientific survey has started at other places, except the seal storage located in the Gyanvapi campus of Varanasi. Earlier, the ASI team has entered the Gyanvapi campus. The team has entered from gate number four of Kashi Vishwanath Dham. The ASI team has arrived with modern machines for the survey. The government has issued a high alert in the city.

While the Hindu side has spoken of cooperation in the survey, the Anjuman Intejamia Masjid Committee has demanded an extension of the date of the survey citing the hearing in the Supreme Court on Monday against the order of the district judge. Also said that he will not participate in the survey on Monday and will boycott it. On the other hand, high alert has been declared in the district regarding the survey of Gyanvapi campus.