Retired District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh
The day the court gave its verdict on the Gyanvapi case was not only historic for the Hindu side but it was also a special day for the judge who gave the verdict on this case. The retirement of District Judge Dr. Ajay Krishna Vishwesh, who gave the verdict on the Gyanvapi case, also happened on the same day when he gave his verdict on this case. After his retirement, he has now made important comments regarding the decision given on the Gyanvapi case.
District Judge Ajay Krishna Vishwesh said that the verdict in the Gyanvapi case was given on the basis of evidence and evidence. District Judge AK Vishwavesh, who retired after giving a historic decision on January 31, presented his side on his decision in front of the camera. The former District Judge said that the Gyanvapi case came before me in the District Court after the order of the Supreme Court, the direction of the Supreme Court was to give us a sense of responsibility. After fully listening to the debates and arguments of both the parties, I passed the order only on the basis of evidence. He said that the decision of Gyanvapi case is completely based on truthfulness and transparency.
‘One party always gets angry after the decision’
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However, after this decision of District Water, there was a lot of resentment from the Muslim side. He had also opposed this decision of the court. At the same time, the former judge has also commented on this matter. Speaking on the Muslim side angry against the decision, the former district judge said that this happens after the decision. The one against whom the decision is taken definitely protests.
While talking to journalists, the District Judge said, “As long as I remained in the judicial service, I did my work with full devotion. I always have it in my mind that whatever judgment I write, it should be excellent, there should not be any flaw in it. I used to read my decisions several times and then finalize them.”
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What did you say about the displeasure of the Muslim side?
On the question asked about the displeasure of the Muslim side, he said that it has always been the case that the one in whose favor the decision comes, he is happy, but the one against whom the decision is taken is always angry. He said that no one tried to know his situation.
The District Judge said that giving verdict on Gyanvapi was not a special task for him. He looks at all cases equally. Their main objective is to give verdict on the basis of complete truth and evidence of the case. He said that it was in my mind that whatever decision I give, there should be no shortcomings in it.