Protection of wuzu area, unhindered namaz access to continue, says SC | India News

NEW DELHI: Appearing for the Gyanvapi mosque management, senior advocate Huzefa Ahmadi repeatedly argued that the Supreme Court should scrap the suit by Hindu parties seeking enforcement of their right to worship inside the mosque and interim orders by the trial court, including the direction for a survey, as it was a “mischievous” attempt by plaintiffs to change the character of the mosque existing for the last 500 years.
“Look at the mischief being perpetrated through selective leak of the court commissioner’s survey report. Now the mischief is being created for four to five other mosques. This disturbs communal harmony,” Ahmadi said.
When senior advocates CS Vaidyanathan and Ranjit Kumar took strong objection to Ahmadi’s pleadings, the bench orally observed, “Putting a cross on a Zoroastrian religious place would not change the latter’s character. This is true for…

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