ASI tweeted its January 2022 newsletter on 9 May. Some pictures of the rooms were released in this tweet. Actually renovation work was done in these closed rooms. According to the ASI, these pictures were taken during that time.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has released photographs of the basement of the 22 closed rooms of the Taj Mahal, which are being disputed these days. These pictures were released three days before the hearing on the petition filed to open these rooms. ASI tweeted its January 2022 newsletter on 9 May. Some pictures of the rooms were released in this tweet. Actually renovation work was done in these closed rooms.
According to the ASI, these pictures were taken during that time. When they were repaired in the year 2022. These pictures are also available on the website of ASI.
At the same time, recently the court had dismissed the petition to open these rooms. BJP’s youth media in-charge in Agra, Rajneesh Singh, had filed a petition before the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court seeking a direction to the ASI to investigate 22 closed doors of the Taj Mahal. So that it can be found out whether there are idols of Hindu deities or not. Singh claimed that false history is being taught about the Taj Mahal, and therefore doors should be opened to find out the truth.
— Archaeological Survey of India (@ASIGoI) May 9, 2022
The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court on Thursday dismissed a plea seeking a “fact-finding inquiry” to bring out the “truth” of the Taj Mahal and ordering the opening of 22 rooms in the world heritage complex. Was. A division bench of Justice DK Upadhyay and Justice Subhash Vidyarthi, giving a strong reaction to the petition, said that the court cannot pass an order under Article 226 of the Constitution of India on a petition filed in a negligent manner.
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