Gyanvapi Mosque case: Varanasi court postpones ruling on ‘Shivling’ carbon dating until October 11

New Delhi: Varanasi District Court on Friday (October 7, 2022) postponed its ruling on a Hindu side plea filed by five female petitioners asking for carbon dating of the structure in Gyanvapi Mosque whose Hindu side claimed it is a ‘Shivling’ till October 11. Varanasi court will hear the arguments of Anjuman Islamia Committee and after that the court will pronounce judgment on October 11.

The court was due to rule on the Hindu side’s plea today. A heavy police force was deployed outside the court’s premises prior to the crucial hearing.

“The court has asked us to clarify on two points whether the structure found in Gyanvapi Case is part of this warehouse or not? Second, can the court issue a scientific inquiry committee? We have submitted our response,” news agency ANI Adv quoted Vishnu Jain, who represents the party in the Gyanvapi case.

The court reserved the order in the Gyanvapi Mosque-Shringar Gauri case on September 29 after hearing the arguments of both sides. The bench of Varanasi District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesh was likely to deliver the order today.

The Hindu side had claimed that a ‘Shivling’ was found in the property near the ‘wazukhana’ during the videographic search of the mosque building, which was ordered by the court. However, the Muslim side said the structure found was a “fountain.” The Hindu side then filed a request on Sept. 22 to obtain a carbon dating of the object they believed to be “Shivling.”

Carbon dating is a scientific process that determines the age of an archaeological object or finds.

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