The Supreme Court and the Varanasi High Court will resume proceedings on the Gyanvapi mosque issue on Thursday. The argument is based on a petition asking for permission for Hindus to worship in the Gyanvapi mosque grounds, which were part of the razed Kashi Vishwanath temple in the 16th century. The hearing in the Gyanvapi mosque issue could not take place in Varanasi on Wednesday because attorneys in the district went on strike in protest of a government official’s statements. The final survey report and film will be submitted today.
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