Qutub Minar Controversy:

Qutub Minar Controversy: Earlier, a lower court in Delhi has dismissed the petition seeking worship in the Qutub Minar complex. The petitioner says that the court had dismissed the petition without examining the facts.

Qutub Minar Controversy: Saket Court will hear today regarding the worship of idols kept in the premises of Qutub Minar, the historic building of Delhi. Let us tell you that in the case filed in Saket Court, the lower court of Delhi has to be kept in the Qutub Minar complex.

There has been a demand for re-hearing and reconsideration of the petition demanding worship. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is opposing this petition. Was declared a World Heritage Site. At present this complex is under the protection of ASI.

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What is ASI’s argument

In opposition to this petition, the ASI says that it is not a place of worship. He says that the present status of the monument cannot be changed. It was said that worship cannot be done in this complex.

Delhi’s Saket Court had on June 9 deferred the announcement of its order on appeals seeking right to worship for Hindus and Jains inside the Qutub Minar complex till August 24. Given this was done. In this case, the Hindu side had demanded that they should be given only the right of worship. On the other hand, the Muslim side had demanded to offer Namaz in the premises. The court has to decide on the nature of the building.

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What is the demand of the petitioners

Earlier, a lower court in Delhi has dismissed the petition seeking worship in the Qutub Minar complex. The petitioner said that the trial court had dismissed his petition without examining the facts. They argue that according to the law, after considering this petition, the trial court should have ordered an inquiry and survey of the idols kept in the Qutub Minar complex. Only then could the right order be given.

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