After Ram Mandir, Krishna Janmabhoomi Case Won by Hindus

Keshav Prasad Maurya, Uttar Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister, said a large temple would soon be built on the Krishna JanmaBhoomi grounds.

The Uttar Pradesh Deputy chief minister said that now that the court had given the order to survey the Krishna Janmabhoomi, he is firmly convinced that the final verdict will also be in favour of Hindus and that in 2024, the elections will be held in the name Lord Ram and Krishna and that BJP will get at least 400 Lok Sabha seats.

He said that Narendra Modi is the first prime minister to visit the Krishna Janmabhoomi, and the BJP has spent millions on developing Mathura and Vrindavan to increase religious tourism.

Keshav Prasad Maurya arrived in Mathura/Vrindavan to celebrate the 60th Birthday of Sadhvi Ritambhara, a religious leader active in the Ram Janmabhoomi movement.

Keshav Prasad Maurya claimed on Sunday that the Samajwadi Party did not want to build the Shri Krishna Temple and challenged Akhilesh Yadav, the party’s chief, to clarify his position.

Maurya posted on the social network ‘X’ that the SP is shedding Hindu blood for minority votes and wants votes from descendants of Lord Krishna but does not want a temple built in the birthplace of Shri Krishna.

He said: ”If Shri Azam Khan or his community was not pressuring SP Bahadur Shri Akhilesh Yadav, please clarify your position.”

Maurya asked Yadav if he wanted the Shri Krishna Temple in Mathura to be built in 2021. In various courts, the case of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi – Shahi Eidgah is still pending.

Mahendra Pratap and Rajendra Maheshwari sued Mathura’s local court, claiming that Mughal ruler Aurangzeb destroyed the ancient Keshavdev Temple and built Idgah. The idols of Thakurji installed in the temple had been buried beneath the Begum Mosque in Agra.

Krishna Janmabhoomi: Today’s Verdict Will Likely Be A Resounding Yes

Today, the Allahabad High Court will deliver its ruling in the Krishna Janmabhoomi – Shahi Idgah Case.

On Thursday, 11th January, the Allahabad High Court will deliver its decision in the long-running Krishna Janmabhoomi – Shahi Idgah Case.

The court reserved its judgement after ordering that a primary survey be conducted in the Shahi Idgah Mosque, located adjacent to the Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

The Muslim side contacted the Supreme Court after the Allahabad High Court ordered three members to conduct the survey. The Supreme Court refused to stay this order.

The Case Reviewed

A Mathura court has allowed the reopening of the hat, which was filed in May 2022, over the land where the Shahi Idgah Mosque is located, next to the Hindu temple Katra Keshav Dev Temple.

Both structures have ignited a legal and a political battle, as the 13,77-acre plot of land is contested for housing the alleged Janmasthan or birthplace Lord Krishna.

The 13.37-acre plot is Hindu land and should be used to build a Hindu temple. In ancient books and scriptures, the land was where Lord Krishna’s birth occurred. “I am a Brijwasi; therefore, I can confirm it is true.”

Mahendra Pratap Singh, petitioner Says, “The removal of the mosque is the common theme in dozens of petitions filed at the Mathura courts. Other please include the request for a video of the area, to be able to pray and to conduct an excavation on the site.”

Who Owns The 13.77 Acres Of Land?

According to reports, the Shahi Idgah Mosque was built in 1670 by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb after reportedly demolishing Vir Singh’s Kesavadev Temple. Vir Singh, a Rajput leader of Orchha who was a Mughal ally, is said to have built the Shahi Idgah mosque in 1670 AD.

The area in question is non-agricultural state land. The 13.77-acre land plot was owned by many people, from the Mughals to the Marathas to the British. It wasn’t until 1944 that Jugal Kishore bought it for Rs 13,400 and established the Shri Krishna Janam Bhoomi Trust, which then acquired the ownership rights of the temple.

In 1968, however, it was reported that a “compromise contract” had been reached, which gave the Temple Trust ownership of the land while the Idgah committee received management rights for the mosque.

According to reports, the agreement stated that the Temple Trust had a legal claim on the Shah Idgah Mosque. The petitioners, however, had challenged the validity of the 1968 contract.


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