Taj Mahal Case Update: Hearing in the case of Taj Mahal case, the Allahabad High Court has dismissed the petition of Rajneesh Singh. The ongoing hearing regarding the investigation of 22 rooms of the Taj Mahal was held in the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court.
Recently, BJP worker Dr Rajneesh Singh, a resident of Ayodhya, had filed this petition in the Lucknow Bench of the High Court. Through the writ application regarding the Taj Mahal, the petitioner had appealed to open 22 closed rooms and get them investigated.
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reprimand the petitioner
Tightening the stand regarding the Taj Mahal dispute, the High Court reprimanded the petitioner fiercely. Justice DK Upadhyay reprimanded the petitioner and said that the PIL system should not be misused. Go and research about who built the Taj Mahal. The High Court said that go to university, do PhD, then come to court.
then come to us
The High Court said that if someone stops you from research, then come to us. Justice DK Upadhyay asked the petitioner whether history will be read according to you. When was the Taj Mahal built, who got it built, go read first. Justice Upadhyay questioned the question in the courtroom. The court said that this is not a judicial issue, but it is a matter of discussion.
The petitioner will approach the Supreme Court
The court said that the judge will not take any decision in this matter, rather the historian / academician should study it. On this matter, the petitioner said that he will write a letter to History Academy and ASI regarding research. He said that now I will write to the departments first, then I will go to the Supreme Court.
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Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court rejects petition seeking to open 22 closed doors in Taj Mahal. pic.twitter.com/rEe3U65xwy
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