India’s Vishwa Hindu Parishad chief Alok Kumar said Friday that the Shivling found in Gyanvapi is one of the 12 jyotirlingas and that the Hindu side will be able to prove it.
“We concur with the Supreme Court that this is a difficult case that necessitates the services of a competent and thoughtful jurist. The court has ordered the district court to investigate. The Supreme Court is correct, and we are in agreement with them “It was his opinion.
He said, “Our belief is based on the fact that Nandi appears to be focusing on the Shivling and that it is located in one of the 12 original Jyotirlingas, and the Gyanvapi Mosque complex was built over the desecrated old temple that was invaded and desecrated by Mughals. This is something we can demonstrate in court, and the Supreme Court will make a decision on it. In order to prove the authenticity of the Jyotirlinga, the judge has given us permission to obtain the report from the local commissioner “
VHP leader also claimed that the case of Gyanvapi Mosque would not be applicable to the 1991 Act.
The leader of the VHP made a statement on the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act 1991, “The 1991 Act will not apply here, in my opinion. Because the act stated that if the religious place is working on another act, this act is ineffective. ” The Supreme Court today ruled that the Kashi Vishwanath temple’s own law does not bar the prosecution of this case.”