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Gyanvapi Mosque Asaduddin Owaissi cleared again angry BJP wants to reclaim decade of riots

A critic of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said on Wednesday that the ruling party in the center wants to take the country back to the 1990s when riots broke out. The AIMIM chief also targeted the Varanasi court’s order to close down the area of ​​the Gianvapi Mosque as the Hindu side claimed to have found “Shivling” during the survey. Al-Owaisi said the court order was “wrong”.

Speaking to ANI, Al-Owaisi said, “The Supreme Court order states that Muslims are allowed to practice religious rituals which means we can perform ablution there. It is a fountain. If that happens, all the Taj Mahal fountains should be closed. The BJP wants to bring the country back to its knees. The nineties when the riots took place.”

Earlier on Monday, the Varanasi court ordered the district administration to close down the survey site inside the building where the survey team had allegedly found the ‘Shivling’.

The Supreme Court heard the case of the Gyanvapi Mosque on Tuesday, ordering the district judge of Varanasi to ensure the protection of the area where Shivling was allegedly found without impeding the Muslim community’s right to worship.

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When asked about the resignation of Hardik Patel, serving chairperson of the Gujarat Congress Committee, the AIMIM Chairman said, “Congress has ruled Maharashtra for 15 years, but now it is the third party while in Delhi it has no place for its people.” The working president (Hardik Patel) does not trust the unofficial chief and has left.”

Hardik Patel, who resigned from the party on Wednesday, said leaders are focusing more on ensuring Delhi leaders get their ‘chicken sandwiches’ on time, in the face of the state’s congressional leadership.

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