Team Blitz India
NEW DELHI: The Varanasi district Court on January 24 asked that the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) report on the Gyanvapi Mosque complex to be made public and the hard copy be provided to both sides.
Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, representing the Hindu side, said, “Today, the court heard both sides and a consensus was reached that the hard copy of the ASI’s s report will be provided to both sides…The ASI objected to providing the report via email. So, both sides agreed to get the hard copy of the report.
“As soon as the court passes the order, our legal team will apply for the certified copy…”
Earlier on January 16, the Supreme Court allowed an application of Hindu women petitioners seeking direction for cleaning the entire area of ‘wazukhana ‘ of Gyanvapi mosque where the alleged Shivling was found and maintaining hygienic condition.