Rajasthan News Objection To Construction Of New Building Of Tanhapir Masjid With Government Money Challenged In High Court Ann
Jodhpur News: The e-tender related to the new construction of...
Jodhpur News: The e-tender related to the new construction of Tanhapir Dargah issued by the Municipal Corporation North in Jodhpur was challenged by the applicant Rajendra Singh in the Rajasthan High Court. Advocate Praveen Singh Chundawat appeared on behalf of the applicant. At the same time, advocates on behalf of the state government and the municipal corporation appeared in the court and sought time for their reply.
Hearing this, a division bench of Rajasthan High Court judges MM Shrivastava and Madan Gopal Vyas asked the government and the corporation whether in this way any government can give money from the state fund for any religious place? Submit the answer till the next hearing. It was told on behalf of the Corporation that none of the bidders have qualified in the above e-tender and fresh tender will have to be floated. On this, the Division Bench has given the exemption to the advocate of the petitioner that if the corporation issues a new tender, then the petitioner will be free to file a fresh stay petition and has given two weeks time to respond.
Said this thing to the court
Filing a public interest litigation, told the court that the corporation is constructing a new building of Tanhapir Masjid in Mandore, which is against the Constitution. The government cannot get the public’s money to promote, maintain or build any religion, etc. According to Article 27 of the Constitution, no tax can be imposed on any person for the promotion, maintenance or creation of any religion. He said that the state government wants to get a three-storey new Tanhapir Masjid in Jodhpur, contrary to the secular concept of the constitution, for which the Municipal Corporation Jodhpur North had issued an e-tender on 6 April 22, in which it was told that the development work was done. Some one wall is being broken that it will be built. This tender is worth Rs 7 crore 42 lakh, in which a three-storey grand mosque is to be built.
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