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Taj Mahal News Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court hears petition seeking reopening of 22 closed doors in Taj Mahal | Taj Mahal News: Allahabad High Court hears petition seeking reopening of 22 rooms in Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Latest News: The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court heard a petition seeking the reopening of 22 rooms of the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. In the petition, the court was asked to open 22 rooms that have been locked for many years and ask the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to investigate them.

During the hearing, the court asked the petitioners to limit themselves in their petition. You ask to see the Taj Mahal rooms today and you will be told to go to the judge’s room tomorrow. MA, Nate read the JRF and the court asked the petitioner to choose such a course in research. Come to us if any company prevents you from doing this research.

The case was heard by a Lucknow bench of the High Court, comprising Justices DK Upadhyay and Subhash Vidyarthi. During the court hearing, petitioner Rajneesh Singh’s lawyer said the people of the country should know the truth about the Taj Mahal. Petitioner said- I have filed several RTIs. The management said that many rooms were closed and this was done for security reasons.

The UP government said the case has already been registered in Agra
The petitioner said that if anything was hidden in the Taj Mahal, the public should be aware of it. At the same time, the lawyer said, I saw a letter written by Aurangzeb to his father. The court said the petitioner should be alone in his petition. You ask for orders to open the doors. You are requesting a fact-finding team.

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Responding to this, UP, counsel appearing for the government, said that the case has already been registered in Agra and the petitioner has no jurisdiction in it. At the same time, the petitioner said that he was not talking about whether the land was associated with Lord Shiva or Allah. My main problem is that we all need to know those closed rooms and what is behind those rooms.

Do MA, PhD and then choose such course
Following this, a two-judge bench asked the petitioner to go to MA and then select such course. Come to us if any company stops you. The court asked who you were asking for information from. In response to this from the petitioner administration side. The court ruled that the rooms had been closed for security reasons. If you are not satisfied then challenge it. If any university prevents you from doing MA, then NET, JRF and doing research on this subject, come to us.

Do you believe that the Taj Mahal was not built by Shah Jahan? Have we come to judge who built the Taj Mahal or how old it is? You tell us the historical facts you believe. The court said the petitioner should be alone in his petition. You ask for orders to open the doors. You are requesting a fact-finding team.

‘Tomorrow you will say you want to see the judge’s room’
The petitioner had said that he should be allowed to go to those rooms. In this regard the Court teased that you will be told to go to the Honorable Judges Room tomorrow. Do not make fun of the PIL system.

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Give me a little chance, I would like to show some results on this, said the petitioner. The court said that the petition has been the subject of controversy in the media and now you are doing all this. You come to my house regarding this matter and we will discuss but not in court. Following this, the court allowed the petitioner till 2 pm.

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