On September 15, the Allahabad High Court directed the head of the Banke Bihari Temple in Mathura to correct the land records that mention the temple as Qabristan. The courtroom requested the head to get it renamed after Banke Bihari Ji Temple.
The order was issued by a single bench of Justice Saurabh Srivastava in response to a plea moved by Shri Bihari ji Sewa Trust, Mathura. The belief argued that the possession of the temple land was modified in the 12 months 2004 and so was the title. Since then, the temple on the land report is lacking and as a substitute a graveyard is talked about.
On August 11, 2023, the Allahabad High Court requested the Chhata tehsildar of Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh to present a proof on how the possession of the Banke Bihari Ji Maharaj temple land was altered in income records in 2004 in the title of a Qabristan, or Muslim graveyard.
Notably, the writ petition filed by Shri Bihari ji Sewa Trust, asking the courtroom to get the mistake rectified.
According to the Shri Bihari Ji Seva Trust, Plot quantity 1081 was recorded in the title of Banke Bihari Maharaj from historical occasions. Bhola Khan Pathan, in collusion with income officers, had the mentioned website registered as a graveyard in 2004.
Also, after receiving the info, the temple belief objected and reached courtroom. When the problem was introduced up with the Waqf Board, a seven-member committee appeared into it and located that the graveyard had been registered incorrectly. Bihari ji’s title, regardless of this, was not famous on the property. A petition was subsequently submitted.