It isn't. JIRA doesn't keep the SQL. In fact, it doesn't use SQL in searches at all, it reads the Lucene index for them.
The JQL for a search is stored in, well, Searchrequest.
As a random example from one of my systems, a line from searchrequest says
10109,'Filter for Scrum: Nics project','nic',NULL,'nic',NULL,NULL,'project = "Nic Test" ORDER BY Rank ASC',0,'filter for scrum: nics project'
Note the field in bold!
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