During the hearing, AG Dhyan Chinappa, appearing for the state, said that the challenge in the Bangalore case was the order of the government. It was contended that the Wakf Board could not justify its claim there. There is no dispute in this case. The dispute in this case is from a long time ago.
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AG Dhyan Chanpa said there is no dispute over ownership and possession. Here after Ramadan, Eid (Eid-ul-Fitr) and Eid-ul-Adha are two days of prayer. He also said that the court has answered the question of the first appeal as to whether this land belongs to the Wakf Board or not. The court dismissed the application. The order passed by the Municipal Corporation should also be read here. Allowed, but only for three days. The Karnataka High Court has dismissed a petition challenging the permission to hold Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at Eidgah Maidan in Hubli Dharwad.
The state government has given permission for the puja
A single bench of the Karnataka High Court had earlier ordered status quo on the matter, but the division bench asked the government to consider the pleas of people seeking permission for the puja. Then the state government allowed puja from August 31 to September 1. During the hearing in the High Court, the Karnataka Waqf Board declared the place as its property and said Eid prayers were held there for years.
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