The judgement in the Gyanvapi mosque case is expected on Tuesday by the Varanasi district court.
The district court finished hearing arguments in the case on Monday and scheduled an order for today.
The Hindu side’s lawyer, Madan Mohan Yadav, claimed on Tuesday that the Muslim side wanted the lawsuit dismissed.
In the case, Varanasi District Judge Dr. AK Vishvesha heard the civil suit.
In an interview with ANI, he stated, “The Muslim side made their case yesterday, claiming that the situation does not fall under the confines of the Places of Worship Act. They wanted the case dropped. However, we offered our reasons to the Court as well.”
He further stated that the court will hear the case today at 2 p.m. “The issue cannot be ignored that easily; it will persist. It is a problem of the Right to Worship, not of property. Today at 2 p.m., the court will hear the case. By 4 p.m., the decision should be known .”