The Gyanvapi case has captured attention due to its complex nature and historical significance.

we'll delve into the latest developments and key arguments presented by both the Muslim and Hindu parties before the Allahabad High Court.

The case involves the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee representing the Muslim side and advocates Hari Shankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain appearing for the Hindu side.

Senior Advocate SFA Naqvi represents the Muslim side, while the State's Advocate General is involved in the proceedings.

A significant point of contention revolves around the involvement of the State of Uttar Pradesh in the case.

Naqvi questioned the State's nexus with the Hindu parties, highlighting the absence of the State government as a party in the matter.

The Court suggested the State be impleaded, emphasizing its importance in the dispute.

The Hindu side asserts that Hindu prayers were offered in the Gyanvapi Mosque's southern cellar until 1993.

They cite instances of Ram Charitramanas readings in the cellar, indicating possession by the Vyas family.

Muslim side disputes these claims, asserting continuous Muslim possession over the mosque's building.

Legal Proceedings: The January 31 district court