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Gyanvapi built on remains of pre-existing temple, claims Hindu side lawyer citing ASI survey report

Counsel said copies of survey report were made available to the parties concerned by the court late Thursday evening

Gyanvapi built on remains of pre-existing temple, claims Hindu side lawyer citing ASI survey report

A total of 11 people, including from both the Hindu and the Muslim sides, applied in the court to get the ASI survey report on the Gyanvapi complex adjoining the Kashi Vishwanath temple. PTI file



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Varanasi, January 25

The ASI survey report on the Gyanvapi complex here suggests that the mosque was built on remains of a pre-existing temple, claimed counsel for the Hindu side Vishnu Shankar Jain on Thursday.

Jain told reporters that copies of the survey report consisting of 839 pages were made available to the parties concerned by the court late Thursday evening.

The survey report makes it clear that the mosque was built on remains of a pre-existing temple by demolishing it in the past, he said.

He also claimed that the survey report has sufficient evidence of existence of a temple over which the mosque was built.

A total of 11 people, including from both the Hindu and the Muslim sides, earlier in the day applied in the court to get the ASI survey report on the Gyanvapi complex adjoining the Kashi Vishwanath temple.

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