Hindu outfit claims UP’s Budaun mosque built on razed temple | India News

BAREILLY: A civil court on Friday ordered the registration of a case while hearing the lawsuit filed by Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha (ABHB) declares that Jama Masjid UP’s Budaun complex was actually the fortress of an early Hindu king and the existing structure was built by tearing down an ancient Neelkanth (Shiva) temple.
The court also sought answers from Jama Masjid’s Intzamiya committee, UP Sunni Waqf Board, UP archeology division, Union of India, UP government through Budaun district judge and secretary of state. It has set September 15 as the next hearing date. The lawsuit was filed on 8/8.
Jama Masjid in the Maulvi Tola area is one of the country’s oldest and largest mosques with a capacity of more than 23,000 worshipers at a time.
President of ABHB . District Mukesh Singh Patel “We know that the articles related to the ancient temple have been lying in the locked room for a long time. We have asked the court to register the case and conduct an investigation to reveal the truth.”
Some in the petition group claim that “the mosque was built by Shamsud-din Iltutmish in AD 1222, and it is mentioned in the history books”.
Plaintiff’s defense Ved Prakash Gupta told TOI, “We have presented all the details of the fort and temple in our petition before the civil judge (senior department) Vijay Kumar Gupta. ”

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