The High Court decision elicited a sharp response from All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president and Hyderabad Lok Sabha member Asaduddin Owaisi, who said the decision to allow the survey would "embolden Sangh Parivar's mischiefs," adding that "robbing Muslims of their dignity is the only goal now."

Owaisi, in his reaction to X, said the Mathura dispute was settled decades ago by mutual consent between the Masjid Committee and the temple's trust,

but a new group was raking up the dispute.

"Whether it is Kashi, Mathura, or Lucknow's Tiley Wali Masjid, it's the same group. Despite the Places of Worship Act being the law and in force, this group has made a mockery of the law and the judicial process. The Supreme Court was supposed to hear this matter on January 9, so what was the hurry that a survey had to be ordered?" Owaisi said in his post.

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