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Delhi court rejected the claim on Qutub Minar, petition was filed as a member of Agra royalty

Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaj Prasad Singh’s petition claims that the applicant is from the Beswan household and that Raja Rohini is the successor of Raman Dhwaj Prasad Singh and a descendant of Raja Nand Ram, who died in 1695.

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A Delhi court docket has dismissed an intervention petition looking for possession of Qutub Minar by a person claiming to be the inheritor of a royal household of Agra. Throughout the listening to, advocate Amita Sachdeva argued that Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaja Prasad Singh’s petition must be dismissed with extreme penalty as it’s nothing greater than a ‘publicity gimmick’.

Further District Decide Dinesh Kumar of the Delhi Courtroom dismissed the petition filed by Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaja Prasad Singh, who claimed to be the inheritor to the United Provinces of Agra and sought authority over the areas from Meerut to Agra.

The petition alleged that 27 Hindu and Jain temples have been desecrated and broken in 1198 beneath the rule of Emperor Qutb-ud-din Aibak of the Ghulam dynasty, who constructed the mentioned mosque on the positioning of these temples. The temples have been demolished, desecrated and broken beneath the command of the emperor of the Ghulam dynasty, who constructed one thing on the identical website and named it the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque as per the petition.

Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaj Prasad Singh’s petition claims that the applicant is from the Beswan household and that Raja Rohini is the successor of Raman Dhwaj Prasad Singh and a descendant of Raja Nand Ram, who died in 1695.


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