Karnataka High Court Grants Permission To Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi At Idgah Ground In Bengaluru With Conditions


Upholding its decision, the Karnataka High Court has dismissed a petition challenging the order allowing Ganesh worship at the Idgah ground.

Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court has allowed the worship of Ganesh festival at Hubballi Eidgah ground. Rejecting the petition challenging the order of the Dharwad Municipal Commissioner, the court has allowed the worship with certain conditions. 

The High Court upheld the authorities’ decision to allow Ganesh Chaturthi, saying the property belongs to the respondent and is being used for carrying out routine activities.

Earlier this matter was heard in the Supreme Court. In which the top court had sent the matter to the High Court while refusing permission to celebrate Ganesh festival at Idgah ground.

The state government had given permission for worship.
First of all, the single bench of the Karnataka High Court had earlier ordered to maintain status quo in the field, but the division bench asked the government to consider the applications of people seeking permission to worship. was. 

After this, the state government had given permission for worship on 31 August – 1 September. During the hearing in the High Court, the Karnataka Waqf Board had declared the place as its property and said that Eid prayers are being held there for years.

The Karnataka Waqf Board had reached the Supreme Court
, however, the Karnataka government has disputed the Waqf Board’s claim on the ground and said that the government cannot be stopped from considering allowing worship there. 

Against the order of the High Court, the Karnataka Waqf Board reached the Supreme Court regarding this matter. The Waqf Board said that Namaz is being held on the ground since 1964. Worshiping there can create communal tension.

Ganesh Chaturthi is to be worshiped on Wednesday,
while hearing the petition of the Karnataka Waqf Board, the Supreme Court while ordering the status quo with respect to the Idgah land in Chamarajpet, Bengaluru, said that the Karnataka High Court had said that the 2.5 acres of land will decide on the ownership of A large number of police forces have also been deployed at the Idgah of Hubli. 

Let us tell you that Ganesh Chaturthi is to be worshiped on Wednesday 31st August.

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