Hindu Mahasabha activists distributing laddoos at Taj Mahal, stopped by UP Police, Know why

New Delhi: The international heritage Taj Mahal is getting closer to controversies. The Taj Mahal has once again hit the headlines on Monday after Jagatguru Paramhansa Acharya was barred from entering the memorial. In fact, on Monday, activists of the Hindu Mahasabha arrived here to distribute laddoos. They were stopped by the police when sweets were found during a search at the barrier. 

On this, the activists said that they have come to express happiness over the filing of a petition regarding the Taj Mahal. However, the police did not allow them to go beyond the western barrier of the Taj Mahal. Everyone has been prevented from going inside the monument. The activists were about to start distributing laddoos when the police stopped them. It may be recalled that a petition has been filed in the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court seeking a direction from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to examine the 22 closed rooms of the Taj Mahal to find out if there are statues of Hindu deities there.

The plea also sought that the ASI constitute a fact-finding committee and submit its report on it. The petition claimed that the idols of Hindu gods and goddesses have been kept locked behind closed doors. The petition also claims that the monument is an old Shiva temple by some historians and Hindu groups.

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