Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Issue: Hindu side presents ownership papers in court

Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi



The Civil Judge (Senior Division) of Mathura heard a petition seeking removal of the Shahi Idgah Masjid adjoining the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi on Thursday. 

On behalf of the Shri Krishna Janmasthan Trust, the ownership papers of 13. 37 acres of land including the Shahi Idgah were presented in the court. At the same time, a copy was sought by the other parties ordering them to accept the revision.

Advocate Gopal Khandelwal of this suit said, “after the acceptance of the revision, a copy of the order has been sought from the court by the other parties, which the court has directed to provide.” 

The court has kept the letter in reserve, now the date has not been fixed in this case yet.

The petition was filed in September 2020, but it was then dismissed on the grounds of admissibility.

However, on May 19, the District Judge of Mathura reinstated it. The District Judge allowed revision of the petition and resumed the trial, observing that it was maintainable and the petitioners were entitled to file it.

Advocate Hari Shankar Jain, appearing for the petitioners, said that the order of the district judge would help in bringing out the truth. He said that “the Court of the District Judge is right in holding that the provisions of the Places of Worship Act (Special Provisions) Act 1991 are not applicable in the case, as the agreement entered into in the year 1968 is being challenged by the petitioners and in 1947 happened after.”

It is being said that the management committee of Shahi Idgah Masjid can challenge the order of the district court.

Earlier, the Allahabad High Court had given instructions to the Mathura court

The Allahabad High Court has directed the Mathura court after hearing in the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi dispute case in Mathura, in which all the applications related to originalism have been asked to be disposed of at the earliest.

Allahabad High Court said that all the applications should be disposed of in maximum 4 months. Along with this, directions have also been given by the court to issue ex-parte order in case Sunni Waqf Board and other parties do not attend the hearing.

The Allahabad High Court has given this decision while hearing the application of Manish Yadav, the suit friend of Lord Shri Krishna Virajman. The hearing was held in a single bench of Justice Salil Kumar Rai.

An application has been filed in the court of Mathura demanding the completion of the hearing of all the cases related to the birth land dispute and their disposal at the earliest. Along with this, a demand was also made to club all the cases going on in the Mathura court and hear them together.


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