A significant hearing was held in the court of Mathura on Thursday in the Shri Krishna birthplace-shahi Idgah case. The court accepted the application of the Muslim side 7/11. The court will now hear this case daily from July 25. Rul 7 (11) means that the court can decide whether the case is maintainable (hearing) or non -maintainable (not hearing). Before doing the parties did not take permission from the court 'Muslim parties have put up an application in the court that Hindu parties have filed a suit as a devotee. While permission should be taken from the court before filing the suit. But Hindu parties should take permission. Has not taken permission. The litigant Mahendra Pratap Singh said that the court has ordered the application of the royal Idgah side to Rule 7 (11). In which the hearing will be held daily in the court from 3 pm on July 25. The court has done the court advocate Ranjana Agnihotri and 6 others have also filed a petition. This petition has been accepted by the court. The District Judge's court accepted the application of Shri Krishna Virajman as eligible for hearing in May, 2022. After this, this matter is also going on in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division. Mahendra Pratap This decision of the district judge has also been cited in the court. Aurangzeb had built the royal Idgah Mosque in 1670 in 1670, the Idgah Mosque was built by Aurangzeb in 1670. It is believed that it was built in place of an old temple. This area is considered to be Nazul land i.e. non-agricultural land. It first had the right of the Marathas and later the British. In 1815, the 13.37 -acre land was purchased by King Patni Mal of Banaras in an auction from the East India Company. The Idgah Mosque is built on the same and is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Raja Patni Mal sold this land to Jugal Kishore Birla. It was registered in the name of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, Goswami Ganesh Dutt and Bhikain Lalji Atreya. Jugal Kishore created a trust called Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust. It gained the right to ownership of the Katra Keshav Dev temple. Jugal Kishore died in 1967. According to court records, the campus was not very developed before 1968. Also, many people were inhabited on 13.37 acres of land. In 1968, the trust entered into an agreement with the Muslim side. Under this, the entire management of the royal Idgah mosque was handed over to Muslims. After the agreement reached in 1968, Muslims living in the campus were asked to vacate it. Also, the middle wall was built to operate the mosque and the temple together. The agreement also decided that there would be no window, door or open drain towards the temple in the mosque. That is, two places of worship here are different from one wall. The petitioners have argued that this 1968 agreement was fraudulently signed. It is not legally valid. He said that in any case the rights of the deity cannot be eliminated by agreement. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA CODE of Ethics.