Mangaluru: 'Legal documents matter most' - DC on Malali mosque-temple row

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, May 24: Deputy commissioner (DC) Dr Rajendra KV held a comprehensive meeting with officials regarding the msque-temple issue at Malali.

In a video released by the deputy commissioner (DC) Dr Rajendra KV said, "A temple-like structure was found in Malali which led to some issues. The police and the local revenue officials handled the situation. The additional JMFC court issued an injunction order to all the parties, especially to the president of the mosque committee. Several organisations have made their request to the district administration.

Mosque at Malali

"Since the matter is in the court and sub judice, it should be resolved by the court itself, we have submitted a lot of documents. Today, we convened a cursory meeting of local revenue officials, gram panchayat officials, Wakf and endowment officials, state archaeology department and senior officials from the police department. The mosque management committee assured us that they are fighting the case in the court. They are submitting all the relevant documents. What matters here the most are the legal documents. Even the court will go through the legal documents. Whatever rituals are conducted by the organisations will not be seen in legal perspective. All this will be looked after in the court. The court will take an appropriate decision,” he said.

Meanwhile, the DC with the help of the commissioner of police who is himself an additional magistrate will take care of the law and order situation in Dakshina Kannada. With regards to the maintaining law and order and peace, a comprehensive meeting was convened.







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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, May 24 2022

    Law of 1991 can not be negleded.....!!!?????

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  • Sma, Bengaluru

    Wed, May 25 2022

    If the parents of right activists has taught MORALITY to their children..such a situation would not have arisen

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  • Alwin, Mangaluru

    Tue, May 24 2022

    The government of India and bjp must make a survey people migrated during Roman Empire,Ashoka period and Buddhism period etc. before BC how many nations were there? what was a nation? If world is one nation will they bunite.As there was no religion why religion were formed? What mind set of people caused depart from there existing culture and relationships? How king was existed?

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, May 24 2022

    Times under BJP rule would never follow historical facts. Times are changed under Saffron rule.

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  • Sahil, Mangalore

    Tue, May 24 2022

    All old mosques are built in traditional D.K and kerala architecture style of that period. There are over thousand old mosques which have the old stye. That doesn't mean they become temples.

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  • Preeti, Mangalore/Dxb

    Tue, May 24 2022

    Sahil, In India court will decide and give verdict. Please pass your point of your view during court proceedings. Thanks.

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  • Sma, Bengaluru

    Tue, May 24 2022

    Good opinion ... Similarly tell your people not to disturb DC and SP in such matters. Better to show records in courts Instead of showing goondagiri and rowdism on roads

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  • Hallal Paradox, Mangalore

    Tue, May 24 2022

    Islam forbids any kind of reference towards other religion or symbols for that matter. If thats the case then Islam today has become more communal compared to time when this mosque was built.

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Tue, May 24 2022

    All have to abide by Constitutional guarantees -- RULE OF LAW --SO THESE ARE THE RIGHT STEPS --

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, May 24 2022

    What if Legal Documents are Fake ...

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