In the Gyanvapi Masjid case, the Lower Court of Varanasi has given a setback to the Muslim side

On Thursday, the court made it clear in its decision that the commissioner for the survey of Gyanvapi Masjid would not be changed.

The court has now sought a survey report in this matter on May 17.

Not only this, the court also said in its decision that strict action will be taken against those who try to obstruct the survey.

There has been controversy since the beginning regarding the mosque located in the Gyanvapi complex.

The Hindu side says that 400 years ago the temple was demolished and a mosque was built there, where the Muslim community offers Namaz.

The Gyanvapi Masjid is run by the Anjuman-e-Intjamiya Committee. In 1991,

a petition was filed on behalf of Vishweshwar Bhagwan in the court of Civil Judge of Varanasi, stating that the place where Gyanvapi Masjid is situated,

earlier there was a temple of Lord Vishwanath and Shringar Gauri was worshipped. The petition demanded that the Gyanvapi complex should be vacated from the Muslim side and handed over to the Hindus.

This is the dispute regarding the temple and mosque of Baba Vishwanath situated in Gyanvapi complex of Varanasi.