Court-ordered videographic survey of Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi began . Officials claim that more than half of the area to be assessed had been covered .
On Saturday, a Court-ordered videographic survey of the Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi began, with officials claiming that more than half of the area to be assessed had been covered.The check began at 8 a.m. and ended at noon, owing to a significant police force presence and complicated arrangements surrounding the complex.The shops in the vicinity of the complex remained closed.Police cordoned off the highway near the complex.Police Commissioner Satish Ganesh said, The court directed us to create an ideal environment for the commission to carry out its duties.Both sides worked together.I was told that the operation would continue tomorrow, and that the action would continue tomorrow, Varanasi District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a tweet on Thursday.The operation took place between 8 a.m. and noon, according to the orders. The government was represented by the Varanasi District Magistrate, police commissioner, and the Kashi Vishwanath (temple) Trust, who was the respondent in the lawsuit.During the survey, the state and local officials were also present.It ended peacefully, and both sides obeyed the instructions.More than 50% of the property was surveyed, according to Sudhir Tripathi, a Hindu woman who spoke to reporters later in the day. Around 50% of it is carried out.The Commission's exercise lasted four hours, with support from the administration and the opposing team.No barrier was put forward by anyone.The findings of the study will be filed in court. According to the survey report, it was scheduled to be submitted on May 17.