The Court's Criticism Of The Petitioner To Open 22 Rooms Of The Taj Mahal
- Saturday, 14 May, 2022
A pill filed by Mr. Rajneesh Singh seeking route from the court to appoint a committe to find the fact behind the sealed rooms of Taj Mahal hoping for housing ‘Hindu Idols’ from ancient time. Which raised controversy, what is in the closed rooms of the Taj Mahal?
The petition filed to know this was dismissed on Thursday 12 May by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court. While doing so, the court also heard the petitioner fiercely.
Court also said that, in this way you will get the Judge's Chamber opened tomorrow. And now the current and former officials of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) have told that the rooms of the Taj Mahal do not remain permanently closed, nor has there been any evidence of idols of Hindu deities there. They also told that there are 22 rooms permanently closed for maintenance work, they also stated, there are total 100 cells which are closed for the general public due to security reasons.