NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today modified its previous order of invasions near the Haji Ali Shrine in Mumbai and Kinara Mosque near the protected shrine of the demolition.
The court also asked the Maharashtra government to decide the petition in a week for the regularization of the mosque.
A bank consisting of Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud registered the consent of all parties, including Haji Ali Trust, if the state government rejects the defense of legalization, no one will oppose the demolition of parts of the built mosque On an invaded ground near the historic sanctuary.
The bench did not suggest for the first time that the parties agree to transfer the mosque to another location.
It has been alleged that part of the Kinara Mosque falls into the weed zone which was ordered to be authorized by the Bombay High Court.
The Supreme Court also confirmed. The bank has settled the matter after a week.
The higher court had already given Maharashtra a last chance and warned of serious consequences if precarious 908 square meters near the historic shrine were not removed in two weeks.
He said that the invasions should be withdrawn within two weeks of July 3 of the area reserved for the order of the Supreme Court of Bombay.
The leadership of Bombay’s civic corps came as Haji Ali Dargah Trust (HADT), who had offered to eliminate the invasions, expressed the inability to eliminate intrusions of about 500 square meters.
On April 13, the HADT agreed to eliminate the intrusions before May 8 and has had more time to eliminate the invaders.
The trust offered to remove and demolish the invasions came after the High Court made clear that only the mosque, located in an area of about 171 square meters, would be protected while the rest of the area, measuring 908 square meters, had To be cleaned from the occupants.
The court had praised Dargah’s confidence in his attempts to eliminate the invasions.
The Haji Ali mosque was built in 1431 in memory of a wealthy Muslim merchant Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who gave up all his possessions before making a pilgrimage to Mecca.
The Supreme Court ordered the formation of a joint working group including the Mumbai Municipal Corporation and the collector to eliminate illegal invasions on the access road leading to Haji Ali Dargah.
The High Court received a petition submitted by Sahayak, a socio-legal and educational forum, to immediately eliminate the attacks on the access road to the dargah that is at sea.
The Municipal Corporation of Greater Bombay opined that the land on the Haji Ali access road fell into the collector’s jurisdiction and, therefore, the collector must eliminate the invasions.