On Monday, the process of conducting a scientific inspection of the remaining locations—aside from the sealed warehouse situated on Varanasi’s Gyanvapi premises—began. While the Muslim side abstained, the Hindu parties to the case, including the ASI team, arrived at the location. The Supreme Court temporarily stopped the digging in response to a plea from the Muslim side.
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The ASI survey in the Gyanvapi case has been put on hold by the Supreme Court until July 26. At the request of the Muslim side, the Supreme Court issued a stay of this. The Muslim side had petitioned the Supreme Court to stop this survey, and as a result, the court ordered that the survey activities cease until 5 PM on July 26.
According to the Supreme Court, the Muslim side may appeal the case to the High Court. A high alert has been issued by the administration for the city.