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Order On Aim Plea Expected Today | Varanasi News – Times of India

Varanasi: The court of the district judge rescheduled to Thursday the date for order in the Anjuman Intezamia Masajid’s plea seeking to stop Archaeological Survey of India’s scientific study and survey of Gyanvapi mosque, on Wednesday.
The court will also hear on Thursday the application of four women plaintiffs seeking preservation of all evidence of Hindu temples found in ASI survey, said the lawyer of the women plaintiffs, Subhash Nandan Chaturvedi.
The court of the district judge will also hear application filed by Rakhi Singh, plaintiff of the Shringar Gauri case, on Thursday. The application was filed in the district judge Court through advocates Saurabh Tiwari and Anupam Dwivedi on August 29. It has been prayed to issue order or direction to respondent authorities concerned to undertake the ASI Survey of the protected/sealed area where the shivling was found dated on May 16, 2022 in Gyanvapi precincts, without causing any damage to the structure.
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