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Hindu Outfit Demands Out-Of-Court Settlement In Gyanvapi Mosque Case Amid Survey

In an open letter, a Hindu group that is in the heart of a legal dispute over the Gyanvapi complex, which is next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple, has called for an out-of-court resolution of the conflict.

The letter arrives while a scientific survey of the Gyanvapi complex is being conducted as per a Varanasi district court ruling.

The leader of the Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh, Jitendra Singh Bisen, has written an open letter encouraging both the Hindu and Muslim sides to engage in negotiations to amicably resolve the Gyanvapi complex dispute.

According to Bisen, Rakhi Singh, the lead plaintiff in the case, gave her permission for the letter to be sent on behalf of the Hindu side. “If this matter can be resolved by mutual consent, then nothing can be better than that,” he added.

According to Bisen’s letter, certain antisocial forces desire to use the constitutional conflict between Muslims and Hindus for their own personal gain, which might be detrimental to both the nation and society.

In such a circumstance, he continued, it is our collective responsibility to set an example by resolving this conflict amicably via mutual discussion while keeping in mind the safety and security of our nation and community.

“It is feasible that by mutual conversation, a peaceful resolution to the aforementioned issue can be reached outside of court. We extend a sincere invitation to all of you to participate in this discourse.

Mohammad Yasin, joint secretary of the Intezamia Masjid Committee, stated that the committee has received the letter and would discuss it at a future meeting.

“The letter was delivered to us via the media. The committee meeting will feature the presentation of the letter. Any decision made by the committee members will be valid, according to Yasin.

While this was going on, Hai Shankar Jain, the attorney for other claimants who were Hindus, said on X, “I want to say clearly that Sanatan Dharmi will not compromise on an inch of Bholenath in Kashi, it is possible that Muslims should apologise and remove their illegal occupation.”

Recently Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had said that the Muslim community should come forward to admit that “a historic mistake” had happened at the site of Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi and propose a “solution.”

“If we call it a mosque, that will lead to a dispute. We should call it Gyanvapi. It is Gyanvapi. What is a Trishul doing inside the mosque?” Yogi Adityanath had asked in an interview with press.

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