Delhi Saket Court Will Deliver Its Verdict Today Regarding The Demand For Worship At Qutub Minar Complex.
Qutub Minar Controversy: Delhi’s Saket Court can give its verdict today regarding the worship of idols kept in the premises of the historic building Qutub Minar in the national capital Delhi. In fact, in a suit filed in the Saket court, the lower court of Delhi has been asked to re-hear and reconsider the petition seeking worship in the Qutub Minar complex.
At the same time, the court of Additional District Judge of Saket Court, after completing the hearing of this case, had reserved its decision till June 9. On which today the Saket court can give its decision. Earlier, the trial court of Delhi had dismissed the petition seeking worship in the Qutub Minar complex in the case.
Decision may come today
At the same time, it has to be seen whether the Additional District Judge of Delhi’s Saket Court upholds the decision of the lower court in its decision to be pronounced today or can order the lower court of Delhi to reconsider in this matter by calling it wrong.
At present, according to the petitioner, the lower court of Delhi had dismissed his petition without checking the facts. The petitioners say that according to the law, after considering this petition, the trial court should have ordered an inquiry and survey of the idols kept in the premises of Qutub Minar. Only after that the correct order could be given.
Archaeological Survey has opposed
The Archaeological Survey of India has opposed giving the right of worship or prayer to any religion in the Qutub Minar complex during the hearing in the court of the Additional District Judge. At present, the Archaeological Survey of India has confirmed that the ruins of 27 Hindu and Jain temples in the Qutub Minar complex have been used to build many buildings using the same remains.
Idols were not worshiped in the premises for 800 years
During the hearing, the court had also asked the question that when idols were not worshiped in that premises for the last 800 years, then why is the demand for worship being raised now. In such a situation, if today the court accepts the demand of the petitioners, then once again this matter will go to the lower court and then the lower court after looking at all the facts will decide whether the petitioners can be given the right of worship or not. If the court of the Additional District Judge dismisses the petition, then the way for the petitioners to approach the High Court will be open.