Mathura court issue a notice for removal of Shahi Mosque from temple Complex Area

New Delhi: A Mathura court on Saturday issued notices to the Shahi Idgah Masjid administration committee looking for their response on petitions seeking removal of the mosque from near the alleged birthplace of Lord Krishna in the Katra Keshav Dev temple complex.Additional District and Sessions Judge Dev Kant Shukla on Saturday issued notices after admitting the plea, ruling that the suit is “maintainable and hence admissible” for detailed hearing, District Authorities Counsel (Civil) Sanjai Gaur said.After admitting the civil swimsuit, the courtroom additionally issued notices to a few different respondents — the president of Sunni Waqf Board, Lucknow and the managing trustees of Sri Krishna Janmabhumi Trust Katra Keshav Dev temple and Sri Krishna Seva Sansthan, Katra Keshav Dev temple, reported PTI.The court sought the stands of 4 respondents to the new plea by March 8, the next date of listening to, DGC Gaur mentioned.The recent plea has been filed by priest Pawan Kumar Shastri of the old Keshav Dev temple on behalf of the temple’s deity, Thakur Keshav Dev Ji Maharaj Virajman.Apart from the current suit, three extra suits are pending with Mathura courts on the problem. One suit, filed by advocate Mahendra Pratap Singh on behalf of 5 plaintiffs, has been admitted for the hearing by the court.The admissibility of two others, filed respectively by advocate Hari Shankar Jain for Sri Krishna Virajman via the deity’s next friend Ranjana Agnihotri and others and advocate Shailendra Singh for Hindu Army chief Manish Yadav, are yet to be decided, DGC (Civil) Gaur said.

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