ASI Likely To Submit Gyanvapi Survey Report: ASI likely to file in court today its report on Gyanvapi survey | India News

VARANASI: All eyes will be on the court of district judge as the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is likely to submit its report of scientific study and survey of Gyanvapi Complex, or seek more time to complete the compilation process, on Friday.
On July 21, the court had ordered for a survey to ascertain whether Gyanvapi mosque was built on the remains of a temple.
Vishnu Jain, advocate of four women plaintiffs in the original Shringar Gauri suit (No. 18/2022 Rakhi Singh and others vs UP state and others), said, “We hope that the ASI will submit its report on the Gyanvapi survey conducted on the order given by the court on the plea moved by four women plaintiffs.”
Standing government counsel Amit Srivastava did not categorically confirm that ASI would submit its Gyanvapi survey report on Friday.
Those associated with the case did not deny the possibility of another application being moved by the ASI to seek more time to file scientific study and survey reports on Gyanvapi.
The district judge had ordered an ASI survey on the plea of four women plaintiffs. In compliance with the order, ASI had started the scientific study of Gyanvapi mosque on July 24.


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