The plaintiffs filed an sworn affidavit in court that they will neither misuse copy of the videography survey nor leak it. The plaintiffs got the copy of the videography survey after depositing the required fees.
The judge sought an undertaking from the plaintiffs not to leak the videography after which an affidavit was filed on behalf of the plaintiffs.
It may be noted that the survey of the Gyanvapi mosque complex was done in two phases. A report of both the phases was provided to both the sides and objections were invited on them. The Hindu side was demanding that a copy of the videography survey and photographs should also be provided.
It may be noted that earlier in the day the court fixed the next date of hearing on July 4 after listening to the maintainability of the plea filed by the Hindu side seeking permission for regular worship at Shringar Gauri Sthal and other places within the Gyanvapi mosque complex on Monday.
After hearing the counsels of the Hindu and Muslim sides, the court said the arguments from the Muslim side did not conclude.
During hearing, the counsels of the Muslim side read out their arguments on the plaint filed by Rakhi Singh and others.