BJP MP Diya Kumari jumped into the Taj Mahal controversy, said – Taj Mahal was the property of the royal family of Jaipur
BJP MP has given shocking statement regarding Taj Mahal. Amidst the ongoing controversy over the Taj Mahal, Diya Kumari, a member of the former royal family of Jaipur and BJP MP from Rajsamand, has made a shocking claim. Diya Kumari said that the Taj Mahal was the property of the royal family of Jaipur and was acquired by the then Mughal ruler Shah Jahan. The MP said that the country was under Mughal rule at that time and no appeal was heard. Diya Kumari often remains in the discussion by presenting her views in various controversies. Controversy is going on across the country one after the other. Nevertheless, news came about Qutub Minar that there is a demand to change its name to Vishnu Pillar, but today there is a dispute about the Taj Mahal.
During the hearing of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya Janmabhoomi, when the issue of descendants of Ram was raised. Nevertheless, this member of the Jaipur royal family claimed to be a descendant of Rama. For this she was even ready to testify in court. Expressing happiness over the petition filed to open the closed rooms of the Taj Mahal, MP Diya Kumari said that it should be done so that it can be known what is there. “All the documents related to the Taj Mahal are safe in the Pothi Khana of the former royal family of Jaipur and we are ready to give them if any court asks them to do so,” Diya said.
Was the Taj Mahal a Hindu temple? In response to this question, Diya said that she has not seen the complete documents yet. But it is certain that the Taj Mahal was the property of the royal family of Jaipur. Diya Kumari also requested that the locked rooms inside the Taj Mahal be opened and inspected. He said that according to the documents we have, this was the first palace on the land. Shah Jahan captured that palace. In return, the royal family received a small compensation. But at that time there was no law under which you could appeal against that decision. BJP leader Dr Rajneesh has filed a petition in the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court against the Taj Mahal being built in Agra. In his petition, he has demanded a survey from the ASI by opening 22 rooms of the long-closed Taj Mahal. The petitioner argues that the Taj Mahal may contain sculptures and inscriptions of Hindu deities.