A district court in Mathura in Uttar Pradesh has reserved its verdict on the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Idgah dispute. District Judge Rajeev Bharti will pronounce his judgment on May 19 whether the matter is maintainable or not. Six other Krishna devotees, including Supreme Court advocate Ranjana Agnihotri, made a plaintiff on behalf of Thakur, claiming in September’ 2020 in the court of the Civil Judge (Senior Division) of Mathura, that in the year 1969, Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Samiti and Shahi Idgah The agreement reached between the Prajataniya Committee was completely illegal, because the Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Samiti had no legal right to enter into any such agreement.
According to Lucknow resident Agnihotri, ‘The related agreement and the decree given in this regard through the court is completely illegal. Therefore, by canceling it, the royal Idgah should be removed from his land and all the said land should be given to its rightful owner Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust, but the court rejected his demand. After this the case was also dismissed by the District Judge’s court. District government advocate Shivram Singh Tarkar told that Ranjana Agnihotri etc. had filed a revision petition in the district judge’s court in October the same year, on which the hearing was completed on Wednesday.
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The court, while reserving the verdict on the matter on Thursday, has fixed May 19 as the date for pronouncement of the verdict. It is noteworthy that since the submission of the claim through Ranjana Agnihotri etc., till now more than a dozen cases have been filed in various courts of Mathura on the same subject, on which hearing is going on continuously.
Law experts are of the view that the ruling on Ranjana Agnihotri’s case will have a direct bearing on all these cases, as, if this case is also dismissed by the district judge, it will affect other suits of similar nature. The district government advocate said, on Thursday, on behalf of the plaintiff, advocate Vishnushankar Jain and others argued in the district judge’s court.
Advocates of Shahi Idgah Committee, as usual, opposed his claim and requested the court not to hear his plea. After hearing arguments from both the sides, the court reserved the decision and fixed May 19 for the verdict. Advocate Tanveer Ahmed, appearing for the respondent, said that in the court, he has presented his side and said that the case of Agnihotri is not maintainable.