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Hearing in Shahi Idgah Mosque case could not be held today, court set date for February 23



Nirmal Rajput, Mathura: Lord Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Shahi Idgah’s case was due to be heard today at ADJ Court 6 in North Mathura. But due to court activity, the case could not be heard today. After which the next hearing of the case was set for February 23, 2023. Note that so far, a dozen petitions have been filed in the district court.

In fact, the hearing was to be held on the review file filed by Mahendra Pratap Singh, President of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Mukti Nyas. Briefing on the case, Mahendra Pratap Singh’s lawyer said that at the last hearing, the case was closed. Today, the court was due to deliver its decision in this case, but due to court activity, the hearing could not take place today. He said their names are not even registered in the Municipal Corporation. There are 13.37 acres of land here in the name of Janmabhoomi Trust in the Khasra Khatauni Revenue Registry. Even today, Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust of Idgah Bali instead pays taxes. The Muslim parties repeatedly divert the case to court using various excuses. Now we Sanatanis Hindus must unite and fight to liberate the birthplace of our lovely Lord Shri Krishna. As the voice of liberator Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi grows louder, panic sets in among Aurangzeb’s supporters. Aurangzeb’s followers are constantly adopting every trick to save Aurangzeb’s legacy, Shahi Idgah. Decree of Aurangzeb…. Evidence of erasure of evidence from the walls of Idgah… Massare Alam Giri, Archaeological Survey of India.. Gazette of Mathura…. Register of Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi…. Map of the government.. (In which Idgah is not mentioned anywhere)

Lawyer Mahendra Pratap Singh said our victory is coming soon, everyone is in our favour. These people are not ready to stand even on side 7 of rule 11 on the Muslim side. The same saints said it is very shameful. Hindus must fight for the birthplace of their god. The country has been repeatedly divided in the name of brotherhood. Nalanda’s library was burnt down. All Hindu monasteries and temples have been demolished. All should be inspected and reinstated.