Hindus of the country seem to have woken up to the grim reality of civilisational subjugation of their religion. They are hell-bent on reclaiming the legacy of their religion. Truth is being sought in a manner never seen before in history. The survey of Gyanvapi Masjid opened the gate for the same procedure to be followed in Shahi Idgah Masjid as well.
Petition for survey of Idgah masjid
A fresh petition has been filed in the local Court of Mathura. Manish Yadav, a person belonging to the Yadav clan (of Bhagwan Krishna) has requested the Court to conduct a videography catalysed survey of Shahi Idgah Masjid. According to a report by Indian Express, Manish demanded the appointment of an advocate commissioner for assessment of the site on the lines of that being done in Gyanvapi Masjid. He wants to determine the presence of “Hindu artefacts and ancient religious inscriptions on the mosque premises”.
In a statement to Indian Express, Manish said, “I requested the Mathura court to appoint a senior advocate, an advocate commissioner, and get a video survey done of Shahi Idgah immediately, because there are still remains of Hindu religion inside the mosque. These are important facts, and the Opposition can remove or delete them. The court is likely to take up my application on July 1.”
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History of the struggle for Krishna Janmabhoomi
As it turned out, the application has been filed in the same Court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Mathura which has been directed by the Allahabad High Court to dispose of all cases related to Krishna Janmabhoomi and Shahi Idgah Masjid within 4 months.
As reported by TFI, the battle for Krishna Janmabhoomi began with the Mathura Civil Court’s notices to Shahi Idgah masjid’s management committee and others, seeking their stand on the plea for removal of the masjid from the Mandir complex. A plea was filed by a Pujari of Bhagwan Krishna Mandir on behalf of the deity seeking the removal of the illegally built masjid.
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Krishna Janmabhoomi reclamation on the way
The respondents, however, tried to delay the legal battle for the reclamation of the holy land at Mathura atop which the Shahi Masjid, built by tyrant Aurungzeb, stands. Bhakts then went to Allahabad High Court which ordered the lower Court to dispose of the pending cases. Due to the misappropriation of historical facts by left tilted people running the system in the past, petitioners have been asking for video surveillance.
Currently, the momentum is shifted towards absolute truth. Hindus are united in reclaiming their lost legacy which had been systematically snatched from them by various governments in the past. It won’t be a surprise if Krishna Janmabhoomi is reclaimed in the near future.