After hearing the arguments of both the parties on the petitions filed in the ownership of Gyanvapi complex in Varanasi and the ASI investigation case, Allahabad High Court reserved its decision. Justice Rohit Ranjan Aggarwal completed the hearing on Friday. On Friday, for the third consecutive day, representatives of UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, Anjuman Intejamia Masjid Board and temples presented their arguments in the court.

Legal journalist Prayagraj. After hearing the arguments of both the parties on the petitions filed in the ownership of Gyanvapi complex in Varanasi and the ASI investigation case, Allahabad High Court reserved its decision. Justice Rohit Ranjan Aggarwal completed the hearing on Friday.

For the third consecutive day on Friday, representatives of UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, Anjuman Intejamia Masjid Board and the temple presented their arguments in the court. The High Court was hearing five petitions related to the Gyanvapi dispute. Three of these petitions related to the maintainability of cases filed in Varanasi courts in 1991. In this 1991 case, there was a demand that the disputed site should be handed over to Hindus and permission should be given to worship there.

Two petitions were filed against the order to conduct investigation by ASI

Two petitions were filed against the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) order to conduct the survey. Justice Prakash Padya had earlier reserved judgment on the petitions. Even before he could deliver his verdict, the then Chief Justice Pritinkar Diwakar transferred the case to himself. Justice Rohit Ranjan Aggarwal heard the case after his retirement in November.