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Gyanvapi Case: Court dismisses Shivling’s petition seeking carbon dating

Varanasi court rejected the demand of the Hindu side seeking carbon dating and scientific investigation of the ‘Shivling’ in the Gyanvapi mosque complex. The district court of Varanasi on Friday rejected the demand of Hindu worshipers for carbon dating and a “scientific investigation” of the ‘Shivling’, reports LiveLaw.

The arguments on the petition were completed on Tuesday and the court reserved its decision for today. The Hindu petitioners had claimed to have found a “Shivling” near the “Vazukhana” during a videography survey of the mosque premises, while on the Muslim side it was a small reservoir used for performing rituals before offering prayers.

Carbon dating of an object cannot be done like this

Advocate Mumtaz Ahmed, appearing for the Muslim side, said that he told the court that the carbon dating of the object cannot be done in such a way that it gets damaged during the process, it would be in contravention of the order of the Supreme Court.

Earlier, the Muslim side had argued that the Supreme Court had asked the district magistrate of Varanasi to preserve the object. In such a situation, getting it probed cannot be justified, he had added. Muslim also argued that the original matter is about the worship of Shringar Gauri while the structure in the mosque has nothing to do with it.

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