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Shri Krishna Virajman: Hearing of Krishna’s birthplace in Mathura Civil Court today, 13.37 acres of land has been claimed


The hearing in the court will be held today in the Civil Court of Mathura District of Uttar Pradesh on the acceptance or rejection of the petition of Lord Krishna Virajman. In view of this, strict security arrangements have been made. During this time, the lawyers who filed the petition will be present in the court. The petition will be decided on the cancellation of the agreement between the Sri Krishna Janmasthana Seva Sansthan and the Committee of Management Trust Shahi Eidgah Mosque on 13.37 acres of land and the decree (judicial decision) made thereafter.

It is being told that if the court accepts the petition, then a judicial process will be started by issuing summons to all the opposition in this regard. The security of all religious places has been tightened before the court hearing. SP City Uday Shankar Singh said that the security of the court has also been increased.

Lawyer Vishnu Shankar has filed the petition
Supreme Court lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain has filed a petition on behalf of Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman. In this, the 1968 agreement on land was said to be wrong. The case has been filed on behalf of Lord Sri Krishna Virajaman, Katra Keshav Dev Khevat, Mauja Mathura Bazar city on behalf of lawyer Ranjana Agnihotri and 6 other devotees.

Claim in the petition- The place where the mosque stands is the real prison
The petition has been filed in the name of ‘Lord Shri Krishna Virajman’ and ‘Place Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi’. According to this, the place where the royal Idgah Mosque stands, was the prison where Lord Krishna was born.

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Lawyers Harishankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain said that the petition has sought removal of encroachment and removal of the mosque. However, the Place of worship Act 1991 interruption in this case. According to this act, the religious place which belonged to the community on August 15, 1947, will remain the day of independence. Under this act, only the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute was exempted.

In fact, Harishankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain have been advocates of the Hindu Mahasabha and had advocated for the Hindu Mahasabha in the Ramjanmabhoomi case, while Ranjana Agnihotri is a lawyer in Lucknow. It is being told that in the form of the case of Next to Ramlalla Virajman in the Ram temple case, the petition has been filed as Next to Lord Shri Krishna Virajaman.

What is the 1968 agreement?
In 1951, it was decided that Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust would be rebuilt and the trust would manage the grand temple. After this, an organization named Sri Krishna Janma Sthan Seva Sangh was formed in 1958. The institution did not legally own the land, but it began to play all the roles assigned to the trust.

The institution filed a civil case for control of the entire land in 1964, but in 1968 itself reached a settlement with the Muslim side. Under this, the Muslim side left some of their possession for the temple and they (the Muslim side) were given a nearby place instead.

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