Watch Gyanvapi survey leaked Video, aired on TV channels. Four of the five Hindu women petitioners seeking permission to perform prayers inside the complex were given copies of the survey footage by the Varanasi district court on Monday.
On Monday, television channels and social media users aired clips and images from the survey carried out within the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi earlier this month.
After four of the five Hindu women petitioners gave the district court an affidavit not to make the content in the compact discs (CDs) public, the court gave them copies of the survey footage in a sealed packet earlier in the day.
One of the petitioners, advocate Subhshnandan Chaturvedi, watched the video being played live on a TV channel and noticed that “all four envelopes with CDs are still sealed”. The petitioners haven’t opened the envelope… We’re surprised.” Another petitioner, advocate Vishnu Jain, said: “We are going to deliver all four envelopes containing CDs tomorrow (Tuesday).”
Attorney Abhaynath Yadav made allegations that one of the petitioners obtained the video by leaking it to the Anzuman Intezamia Masajid Committee, which manages the Gyanvapi Masjid. It has been two days since these people have heard the same arguments over and over again. The video is now going viral in order to confuse the public. “There’s a conspiracy behind this.”
Video footage and photographs of the survey carried out inside the complex were given to the four women petitioners earlier. The district court required all petitioners to submit a written undertaking stating that they would not misuse the data or share it on any public platform. Each woman received a copy of the video footage and the photography on a compact disc in sealed packets said Chaturvedi.
A copy of the survey’s results should be made available to petitioners, Chaturvedi said in a court filing on May 23.
According to Chaturvedi, Manju Vyas, Laxmi Devi, Sita Sahu, and Rekha Pathak have submitted the required written undertakings in their petitions. Five Hindu women filed a lawsuit in August 2021 against the Gyanvapi mosque complex. The lower court ordered video graphics surveys of the mosque complex in May 2022 after the plea was filed in April 2022. The surveys were conducted on May 6, May 14, May 15 and May 16.