Lucknow: The petition related to the Taj Mahal has been dismissed by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court. During the hearing, the High Court questioned the propriety of the demand for the formation of a fact-finding committee. Also, making a sharp comment on the petitioner’s petition, the court said that the petition is not based on proper and judicial issues.

Division bench of Justice DK Upadhyay and Justice Subhash Vidyarthi, while hearing the dispute filed on the Taj Mahal, asked the petitioner which judgments you are showing. The petitioner presented several judgments of the High Court and the Supreme Court, in which the fundamental rights under Article 19 and especially the freedom of worship, worship and religious belief are mentioned.

During the hearing, the High Court said, ‘I found that this petition seeks a direction for a study with respect to the history of the Taj Mahal located in Agra. The second prayer is to open the closed doors inside the Taj Mahal. We are of the opinion that the petitioner has called upon us to deliver the judgment on a completely unjust issue.