taj mahal: Preferrred Court docket dismisses plea on Taj Mahal, phrases it ‘exposure pastime litigation’

Calling it a “trial within the public pastime,” the Preferrred Court docket on Friday rejected a request to reopen one of the vital Taj Mahal’s rooms. The applicant, Rajneesh Singh, who claimed to be the media officer of the BJP’s Ayodhya unit, appealed the ruling of the Allahabad Top Court docket, which additionally disregarded the appliance.

The panel of Judges M. R. Shah and M. M. Sandresh held: “The Top Court docket didn’t err in brushing aside the petition, which is extra of a public pastime litigation. Rejected.”

The Applicant argued ahead of the Top Court docket that many Hindu teams claimed that the Taj Mahal used to be an previous Shiva temple which used to be referred to as Tejo Mahalaya.

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