Plea filed to cancel agreement of 1968 between Seva Sansthan and Eidgah

Mathura (Uttar Pradesh), Aug 12 (UNI) A fresh application, to cancel an agreement of 1968 between Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh and Eidgah committee regarding sharing of land, was filed in the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division), a prosecution counsel said here on Saturday.

District Government Counsel (Civil) Sanjay Gaur said that the application was moved by Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust on Friday in which Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sansthan has been made the respondent.

He said that the applicant has prayed to nullify the agreement between the Seva Sangh and Eidgah Committee in 1968 to concede the contentious portion of the land to Eidgah.

Gaur said that Seva Sangh is a society formed by the Janmabhoomi Trust to look into its day-to-day affairs.

Counsel of the plaintiff Mahesh Chandra Chaturvedi said that it has been requested that Bhagwan Balkrishna Deshavdev and Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust are the owners of 13.37 acre land which is located at Katra Keshavdev. He said that it has also been prayed to pass such an order that the agreement of 1968 was not applicable on the plaintiffs in this case.

The counsel said that the court has been requested to issue injunction in favour of the plaintiffs and against the first defendants and order them to remove the unauthorised and illegal construction which has been erected on the land of Keshavdev temple.

He said that the court has prayed that the respondent number 1 (Janmasthan Seva Sansthan), its employees, associates, counsels and every person who works under it should not enter into the 13.37 acres of land of Katra Keshavdev Temple.

The counsel said that the application has been moved by the trustee of Janmabhoomi Trust Vinod Kumar Bindal in the capacity of servitor and friend of Lord Balakrishna Keshavdev Virajman Garbhagriha. Om Prakash Singhal, the second trustee is also a plaintiff in this suit.

The Managing Trustee of the Eidgah Trust and Shri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sansthan have been made defendants in the suit.

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