Let us know the complete controversy of Gyanvapi Masjid.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple was built by the Empress Maharani Ahalyabai of the Malwa dynasty. People say , the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb destroyed this temple , and built the Gyanvapi Masjid.

 In December 2019, an advocate named Vijay Shankar Rastogi filed a petition in the Banaras Lower Court claiming that the construction of the mosque was illegal.

In April 2021, the Banaras court ordered the ASI to submit the survey report.  The Sunni Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh and the Anjuman Intezia Mosque Committee opposed the order of the Banaras court.

 The Muslims appealed to the Allahabad High Court against the order of the Banaras court.  After hearing both sides, the Allahabad High Court dismissed the order of the Banaras court.

The Allahabad High Court said in an order that under the Places of Worship Act 1991, the law prohibits any change in the religious character of places of worship.

In March 2021, a bench headed by then Supreme Court CJI SA Bobde agreed to examine the validity of the Worship Act, 1991. Then the subject of the survey gained momentum again.

Five women in Delhi filed a petition seeking permission to worship Hindu gods and goddesses.  The idols of these Hindu gods and goddesses are located on the outer walls of the Gyanvapi Mosque.

The court accepted the petition and constituted a committee to conduct survey and videography in the premises and basement of Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gouri.  The committee was directed to submit its report by May 10,

The mosque committee objected to the court's order.  The survey was stopped after the mosque committee objected.  After hearing the objections of the mosque, the court ordered the committee to continue the survey on May 12.

The Anjuman Intezamia Committee approached the Supreme Court.  However, the SC refused to obstruct the survey on 13 May.  From May 14, the committee formed by the court resumed the survey of the Gyanvapi masjid.

On may 16, after the existence of the Shivling, the Banaras court sealed a part of the Gyanvapi Masjid by an order.  The Hindus demanded that the Shivling be worshiped at the Wazukhana of the mosque where it was found.

Anjuman Intezamia Committee appealed to the SC questioning the Maintainability of the suit in the Gyanvapi Case regarding Order 7 Rule 11. On May 20th.  After the hearing, the SC advised the Anjuman Intezamia Committee to go to the Banaras Satra Judge's Court for disposal of the entire case.

The Banaras District Court heard the maintainability of the suit on May 24.  The hearing was held again on August 24 after a public holiday.  After the hearing, the court adjourned the verdict till September 12.

The court on September 12 gave an important judgment on the maintainability of the Gyanvapi case.  The court dismissed the petition of the Anjuman Intagemia Committee.