The kind of possibilities being expressed by the Hindu class regarding the Kashi Gyanvapi Masjid, they have got strength in the survey being done on the orders of the court. The cameraman, who accompanied the survey team to the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi on the orders of the court, has made a big claim. According to him, there are lotus marks on the mosque. There are swastika marks on the wall, sculptures are engraved on the walls. The survey is being done on the basis of the claim that a section of the Hindu side believes that Aurangzeb in Banaras built the Gyanvapi mosque by demolishing the Kashi Vishwanath temple and using its remains.
On the basis of which the court had ordered the survey with videography. On the orders of the court, a survey of Shringar Gauri and Deities of the complex has to be done. A big disclosure has been made in the Shringar Gauri Mandir-Gyanvapi Masjid dispute. The cameraman of the team surveying inside the Gyanvapi mosque on Times Now Navbharat has made a big claim. Cameraman Ganesh Sharma claims to have seen swastika marks on the wall of the mosque. According to Ganesh Sharma, he has also seen the idol of Nandi while circumambulating. Ganesh Sharma claimed to have seen symbols associated with Hinduism on the walls of the mosque. Supreme Court lawyer Vishnu has also upheld the claim.
There are also figures near Shringar Gauri. An attempt was also made to disrupt the survey in the Gyanvapi campus. The Hindu side claimed that the people of the Muslim community blocked the way. On the other hand Raeed Ahmed, counsel for Anjuman Intejamiya Masjid Committee said that we have filed an application against the (court) commissioner as he is biased and he should be removed. The court will hear the application and its orders will be followed. Kashi Vishwanath Temple’s counsel Vijay Shankar Rastogi said the application has been termed as malicious and should be dismissed. The order is still safe.
If any wrong report is submitted or it is submitted prematurely, then the opposite party can object it and the court will consider it. Petition was filed in Benares court. Who had sought permission to worship in the Gyanvapi Masjid area. These people argued in the court that Aurangzeb had demolished the Kashi Vishwanath temple and built the Gyanvapi mosque. In such a situation, they should be allowed to worship in the premises. Anjuman Inazaniya Masajid, the caretaker of the mosque, was made the respondent in this case.