Ripping into the petitioner who sought the opening of twenty-two locked rooms within the Taj Mahal, the Allahabad Excessive Court docket stated, “Please, do not make mockery of the PIL system.”

BJP chief Rajneesh Singh’s petition seeks opening of twenty-two locked rooms of the Taj Mahal.

The 2-judge bench of the Allahabad Excessive Court docket ripped into the petitioner who sought opening of the 22 locked rooms within the Taj Mahal, after they said they’ve filed a number of PILs on the problem.

“Tomorrow you’ll ask for permission to see our chambers. Please, do not make mockery of the PIL system,” the bench stated throughout a listening to on Thursday.

WHAT THE CASE IS ABOUT

The writ petition searching for to “discover the reality” behind the 22 locked rooms within the Taj Mahal was filed final week earlier than the Lucknow bench of the Excessive Court docket by Rajneesh Singh, who’s the media in-charge of the BJP’s Ayodhya unit.

The petition cites the claims of some historians and Hindu teams concerning the mausoleum really being an previous Shiva temple. The petition has sought the ASI to type a particular committee to look at the locked rooms and launch the report back to the general public.

Singh stated that the demand is to not make the Taj Mahal a temple however to carry out the reality of the matter for the sake of social concord. He stated that the one option to finish such controversy is by analyzing closed doorways.

WHAT THE COURT SAID

Justices DK Upadhyay and Subhash Vidyarthi questioned the petitioner on what his plea is. Mentioning that the petitioner needs the court docket to challenge a writ of mandamus [an order for performing a specific statutory duty], the court docket said it will possibly solely be issued in case of infringement of rights.

“What judgment would you like us to pronounce? Who constructed the Taj Mahal? Don’t go into historic information… Mandamus can solely be issued when rights have been infringed. What rights of yours have been infringed?

The petitioner stated he’s asking for a fact-finding committee to be constituted to resolve the problem and reiterated his demand to be allowed entry to the 22 rooms.

The bench responded sharply, saying, “Who’re you asking the data from? If you happen to’re not glad that the rooms have been closed for safety causes, use your cures in regulation to problem that. Perform some research first — do MA, PhD, enroll your self someplace. Don’t make a mockery of this.”

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