Varanasi. The court has given 10 days time to the team of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to file the survey report of Gyanvapi. For this, an application was given in the court by ASI. According to Hindu side’s lawyer Madan Mohan Yadav, ASI asked for more time as the technical report was not received. Hearing the case on Saturday, District Judge A.K. Vishvesh asked ASI to submit its report by 28 November.
On November 2, ASI had asked for 15 days time to prepare a report after analyzing the data available from archaeologist survey, photographers and other technical experts and file it. Accepting this, the District Judge had ordered ASI to file the survey report by November 17.
It may be noted that on November 2, the ASI had told the court that it has completed the survey, but it may take some more time to compile the report with details of the equipment used in the survey work. After this, the court gave additional time till November 17 to submit the documents. On October 5, the court had given four weeks more time to the ASI and said that the time for the survey cannot be extended beyond this. ASI experts from across the country were included in the team that conducted the survey in Gyanvapi.