The Muslim side denied the claims that Muslim invaders attacked and destroyed the Lord Adi Vishweshwara temple, which was later restored by Raja Tondal Mal at the same place in 1580 AD.
The Muslim side filed an application in the Varanasi court claiming that Mughal emperor Aurangzeb was not cruel. The Muslim side has filed an application opposing the petition of the Hindu side seeking an ASI survey of the Gyanvapi complex. The Muslim side said that neither the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb was cruel, nor did he destroy any God Adi Vishweshwar temple in Varanasi. The Muslim side denied the claims that Muslim invaders attacked and destroyed the Lord Adi Vishweshwara temple, which was later restored by Raja Tondal Mal at the same place in 1580 CE.
With this it was said that there is no concept of two Kashi Vishwanath temples in Varanasi. Furthermore, the Muslim side has also objected to the reference to Muslim rulers as invaders, claiming that it was made with the aim of creating hatred between Hindus and Muslims. The application said that the structure or building present at the spot, Masjid Alamgiri/Gyanvapi Masjid, has been there for thousands of years, was a mosque yesterday and is still a mosque today, and it is a matter of rights of the Muslims of Varanasi and neighboring districts. Is. Offering Namaz Panjgana and Namaz Zuma and Namaz Idhan without any restrictions.
The Muslim side also reiterated its claim that the ‘Shiv Linga’ found inside the wajukhana is instead a fountain. The application prays that the Hindu side’s plea for an ASI survey of the Gyanvapi complex be dismissed, as it can be ascertained from the photographs that the disputed structure is a mosque. Further, the application claims that the collection of evidence by the commission or through scientific inquiry is inadmissible under law.
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