Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Case: In a significant development, the Allahabad High Court has delivered its verdict on the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple case in Mathura, addressing the dispute between the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple and the Shahi Idgah Mosque located in Mathura. The court’s decision has raised several key points:

Approval of Site Survey:

The Allahabad High Court has given approval for a survey to be conducted at the disputed site of the Shahi Idgah Mosque. This decision is a crucial step in resolving the long-standing dispute between the two religious entities.

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Survey by Advocate Commissioner:

The court has also granted approval for the survey of the disputed land to be carried out through an Advocate Commissioner. This move is aimed at ensuring an impartial and thorough assessment of the site.

Verdict by Justice Mayank Kumar Jain:

The verdict in this case was delivered by the single bench of Justice Mayank Kumar Jain. The decision draws parallels with the Gyanvapi dispute, indicating the court’s intent to handle the Mathura case with similar considerations.

Petitioners and Advocates:

The petition in this case was filed by Lord Shri Krishna Virajman and seven others. Their legal representation was provided by advocates Harishankar Jain, Vishnu Shankar Jain, Prabhash Pandey, and Devaki Nandan.

Claim of Birthplace:

The petitioners have claimed that the birthplace of Lord Krishna is situated beneath the Shahi Idgah Mosque. They have presented various pieces of evidence to support their claim, including references to a lotus-shaped pillar and a replica of Sheshnag, a Hindu deity associated with Lord Krishna’s birth.

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