Badaun Jama Masjid Row: After Mathura and Kashi in UP, now the Neelkanth Mahadev temple has been claimed on the Jama Masjid of Badaun. According to the claim of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, there was a temple here earlier, the hearing in this matter will be held on September 15 in the court.
Badaun Jama Masjid Row: After Mathura and Kashi in Uttar Pradesh, now a suit has been filed in the court for the ownership of Jama Masjid of Badaun, a suit has been filed with Civil Judge Senior Division First, in which Jama Masjid is described as Neelkanth Mahadev temple The evidence of which has also been presented in the court, the court has now fixed September 15 as the next date in this case.
Hearing will be held on September 15
The Jama Masjid of Mohalla Sotha in Badaun district’s Sadar Kotwali area has been claimed to be the temple of Neelkanth Mahadev. A suit has been filed with the Civil Judge regarding this. Mukesh Patel, who is the state convener of the Hindu Mahasabha, has presented this case by providing many evidences in the court, in which Jama Masjid has been described as the temple of Neelkanth Mahadev. The Civil Judge Senior Division Court has now fixed the matter for hearing on September 15, while the court has issued a notice to the arranging committee of the mosque and ordered it to present its side.
Hindu side made this claim
At the same time, on the matter of mosque and temple, Advocate Ved Prakash Sahu said that our case was filed in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division in the name of Bhagwan Neelkanth Mahadev Vs Jama Masjid. In which September 15 has been fixed for hearing. At the same time, there is an argument for the existence of this fact in the history given in the book to be published by the Department of Information and Public Relations. At the same time, many other facts including information about the history of the kings who invaded the country have been sent.
There was no Shiva temple here – Muslim side
On the other hand, Muslim side’s lawyer Anwar Khan says that it was never a Shiva temple. It has always been Jama Masjid. It does not exist and no paper has been filed. The petitioner is not aware of the history, he has said that the Mughal invaders destroyed the temple while it was built by the king of the slave dynasty, Samsudin Eltutmash. Gazetteer has been filed. The gazetteer has not been read yet, it is definitely written in it that the mosque has been built by breaking it, it is not written that the temple was there. We have done the primary objection. The date of September 15 is fixed.