Allahabad high court stays proceedings in suit on Krishna’s ‘actual birthplace’


PRAYAGRAJ: The Allahabad high court on Wednesday stayed the proceedings in the trial court at Mathura in a case demanding that the devotees of Lord Shri Krishna may be allowed to worship at what they term as his actual birthplace in Mathura, which is reportedly in possession of Trust Masjid Idgah (Shahi Edgah Masjid). The devotees had also sought removal of Shahi Idgah Masjid, allegedly built on the land of Shrikrishna Janmabhaoomi in Mathura.
Besides, the court also directed the opposite parties – devotees of Bhagwan Krishna Virajman and others – who have filed the case before the trial court at Mathura, to file reply the (counter affidavit) by the next date of hearing which will be fixed by the registrar of this court later.
Hearing a petition filed by the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board, Justice Salil Kumar Rai observed, “The matter requires consideration. The office shall issue notice to the respondents – devotees of Lord Krishna who had filed a case before the trial court – fixing any date after eight weeks by which date the respondents may file their counter-affidavit. The petitioner shall have four weeks thereafter to file its rejoinder affidavit in response to the counter-affidavit.”
Earlier, a case was filed by the devotees of Lord Krishna Virajman and others before the trial court at Mathura in 2020, demanding that they may be allowed to worship at what they term as the actual birthplace of Lord Krishna in Mathura, though this place is reportedly in possession of Trust Masjid Idgah (Shahi Edgah Masjid).
At one stage, the trial court at Mathura had declined to hear the matter. Hence, the devotees filed a revision before the district judge, Mathura.
Subsequently, by the order dated May 19, 2022, the revisional court (district judge) of Mathura had directed the trial court to hear the case, whereby a demand was made that the devotees of Lord Shri Krishna may be allowed to worship at the actual birthplace once again and pass appropriate order in it. Hence, the petitioner , UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, had challenged the judgment and order dated May 19, 2022 passed by the district judge, Mathura in civil revision no. 02 of 2021.
The UP Sunni Waqf Board’s plea was that the order was without jurisdiction as the valuation of revision was more than Rs 25,00,000 and, therefore, the district judge did not have the pecuniary jurisdiction to hear the revision.





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