4-Hour Filming At Varanasi Mosque Ends Peacefully, To Resume Tomorrow

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Publish Date : 2022-05-14


4-Hour Filming At Varanasi Mosque Ends Peacefully, To Resume Tomorrow

Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.

Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for four hours today and is expected to continue tomorrow too - the Varanasi court has asked for a report by Tuesday. "The court-mandated survey began from 8 am till 12 noon. All authorised persons -- all parties, their advocates, court commissioners and videographers -- were present. Officials from the state government, police commissioner and members of the temple Trust were also present. The survey work went on in a peaceful manner. After a four-hour survey we managed to cover 50 per cent of the premises, we cannot disclose which portions were surveyed and what we found," District Magistrate of Varanasi Kaushal Raj Sharma said in a video statement. More than 1,500 policemen and PAC jawans were deployed as part of the security arrangement, news agency PTI reported. The movement of people was stopped at a distance of 500 metres from the Gyanvapi complex.Lucknow: A court-mandated survey and filming at Varanasi's Gyanvapi mosque, located next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple began today amid tight security and restrictions near the complex. The survey was carried out for



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