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‘It is the Right of Worshippers to Make Endeavor to Bring Back Lost Property of the Deity’: Appeal Filed Against Mathura Court Order In ‘ShrikrishnaJanam Bhoomi’ Case

Lawstreet Journal 14 Oct 2020 11:49pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary ‘It is the Right of Worshippers to Make Endeavor to Bring Back Lost Property of the Deity’: Appeal Filed Against Mathura Court Order In ‘ShrikrishnaJanam Bhoomi’ Case

A civil appeal has been filed before the Court of District Judge, Mathura, against a civil court order that dismissed the suit for removing the Masjid Idgah which was allegedly built on the land of ShrikrishnaJanam Bhoomi.

The appellant said that the civil judge was wrong in dismissing the suit as they were worshippers of Lord Shri Krishna and had the right to assert their right to religion which is guaranteed under Article 25 of the Constitution. It also guarantees a right to perform puja at the birthplace of Lord Krishna which is under the illegal structure formed by the Muslims.

They said, “It is the right and duty of the worshippers to make every endeavor to bring back the lost property of the deity and to take every step for the safety and proper management of the temple and the deity’s property.”

The appeal is filed through thee advocates: Advocate Hari Shankar Jain, Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain and Advocate Pankaj Kumar Verma and the matter will be heard by the court today i.e. 12th October 2020 at 2 pm.

On September 30, the civil court in Mathura refused to admit the suit by saying that if the suit is filed, a large number of worshippers may come to court.

After this, the appellants submitted that a suit cannot be rejected on a ground like this to which the court said,” failed to take notice of the provision of the order 1 rule 8 CPC and that the court in the appropriate case has the… Continue Reading...


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