Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Nov 30 – The Anjuman Intezamia Masajid Committee (AIMC) on Wednesday raised objection to the application moved by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) seeking three weeks’ more time to submit its report on the scientific survey of Gyanvapi mosque complex.
One of the counsel of Hindu side Madan Mohan Yadav said that,while hearing on the application filed by ASI, District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishvesha took the ASI counsel to task and issued warning while posting the matter for hearing on Thursday.
Yadav said the counsel representing the Anjuman Intezamia Masajid committee strongly objected to the additional time being sought by the ASI again and again to submit its report on the scientific survey of Gyanvapi complex.
It may be noted that the ASI on Tuesday had moved an application in the district court praying to grant an additional three weeks’ more time to submit its scientific report on Gyanvapi complex. As per the application, the ASI experts were working hard in their camp office to correlate different types of data gathered by archaeologists, epigraphists, chemists, surveyors and geo-physics experts in a uniform manner.
The Varanasi district court had on July 21 ordered for the scientific survey of Gyanvapi complex by the ASI, excluding the wazookhana, which was sealed after a Shivling like structure was found there last year.