31 Jul 2023

UP: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi And SP Leader Swami Prasad Maurya Said This On Yogi's Statement On Gyanvapi Mosque

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said in an interview on the issue of Gyanvapi mosque that there will be a controversy if Gyanvapi is called a mosque.

Yogi said, "I think the one whom God has given sight, should see it. What is Trishul doing inside the mosque?”

Yogi said further, "We didn't keep the trishul, did we? There is Jyotirlinga, statues of deities. Everything is very clear. I think this proposal should come from the Muslim community that a historical mistake has been made and we want a solution for that mistake.”

It is only the Gyanvapi Masjid till the HC's decision

Now SP leader Swami Prasad Maurya has reacted to this statement of Yogi.

Maurya said on Monday, “Gyanvapi is a mosque. Therefore the matter has reached the High Court. The controversy has started from here itself that it is a mosque. Until the decision of the High Court comes, it is only the Gyanvapi Masjid.

Taking a jibe at Yogi Adityanath, Maurya says, "The Chief Minister is not bigger than the High Court. We should wait for the decision of the court. Until the order comes, refrain from making positive or negative comments."

Maurya said that even the Prime Minister and the President do not speak in the field of judiciary.

Putting pressure on Muslims: Owaisi

A day earlier, Maurya had said, "The tradition of finding a temple in every mosque will be a huge blow to the BJP, if it does so, people will find a Buddhist monastery in every temple."

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi have surrounded the Yogi government.

Owaisi said, "You are the Chief Minister, follow the law. You are not obeying the law. You are trying to put pressure on Muslims. You want to suppress the place where there is a mosque for 400 years."

Referring to Mathura, Owaisi says, "50-55 years ago, an agreement was made with the Hindu community in Mathura. A settlement was given in the court, yet this case was opened. All this is a part of their communal politics. Namaz is being offered here since 400 years. When the law has been made, it should be followed.”

Taking a jibe at Yogi, Owaisi says – If he can manage, then bulldozers can be run on everything.

Owaisi said, “The Chief Minister knows that the Muslim side has appealed against the ASI survey. The HC decision will be announced in a day or two. In such a situation, he is giving controversial statements, this is an insult to the judiciary.

AIMIM MP Owaisi said, "The Places of Worship Act 1991 is there. The Act prohibits conversion of any place of worship and to provide for the maintenance of the religious character of any place of worship as it existed on the 15th day of August, 1947.”

Gyanvapi Masjid Survey

A few days ago, a court in Varanasi ordered a survey of the Gyanvapi mosque.

After this order, the ASI started the survey. People from the Muslim side did not participate in this survey.

On the same day, the Supreme Court stayed the survey during the hearing and asked the Muslim side to approach the Allahabad High Court.

The High Court heard the matter and it would pronounce the verdict on August 3. Till then the survey work will remain stayed.

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