Bhojshala Survey: What did the Muslim side say?

Today is the 81st day (10 June) of the Bhojshala survey going on in Dhar, Madhya Pradesh. Yesterday, it was claimed that 79 old remains including statues were found in a closed room of Bhojshala. The Muslim side had lodged an objection to the claim of the Hindu side. The Muslim side said that all the monuments were placed later. They also cited the collector's panchnama.

On the 80th day of the survey, the team of Archaeological survey of india opened the closed room. According to the Hindu side, about 79 remains have been found including Lord Ganesha, Maa Vagdevi, Maa Parvati, Maa Mahishasura Mardini, Hanuman ji, statues of gods and goddesses and Shankh Chakra Shikhar with Sanatani figures.

The 8 by 10 feet closed room was opened in the presence of both the parties. Videography and photography of the room was also done. ashish Goyal, petitioner of Hindu Front for Justice, called it the biggest achievement so far. He told that the closed room under ASI was opened. After removing the floor, the soil was removed. The first statues found in the room were of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Parvati, Mahishasura Mardini and Hanuman ji. Some statues are 1.5 feet tall and some are 2 to 2.5 feet tall.

What was found on the 80th day of Bhojshala survey?

A total of 6 remains have also been recovered. Gopal Sharma of the Hindu side told that there is a possibility of rain coming soon. Therefore, the work of filling the track made around Bhojshala by adding soil is also being done. Abdul Samad of the Muslim side said that the survey is being done completely on the orders of the High Court. Along with removing the soil, leveling work has also been done in the premises. He said that the remains found in the closed room during cleaning were kept later. Today 15 officers and 34 laborers of ASI reached Bhojshala at 8 am to conduct the survey.

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