Plaques of Aurangzeb ought to be eliminated, roads renamed: Agra mayor | Newest Information India

Agra mayor Naveen Jindal on Wednesday stated he, within the capability of the nationwide president of the mayor’s council, has appealed to all mayors to take away all plaques of Aurangzeb from all locations. If there are roads named after Aurangzeb, these ought to be renamed, as there shouldn’t be anyplace for merciless ruler Aurangzeb in India, the mayor stated to information company ANI. “Aurangzeb was a merciless ruler who destroyed Hindu temples and likewise compelled individuals of the Hindu group to transform to Islam. There shouldn’t be anyplace for Aurangzeb in India,” Jain stated.

Controversy erupts over Akbaruddin Owaisi’s go to to Aurangzeb’s tomb

The remark comes amid a row over AIMIM chief Akbaruddin Owaisi’s latest go to to Aurangzeb’s tomb in Aurangabad. Following the go to, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena questioned the necessity for the tomb and stated it ought to be destroyed. After MNS chief Gajanan Kale’s tweet, some individuals within the Khultabad space, the place the tomb is situated, tried to lock the construction, which is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India, the ASI authorities confirmed including that extra safety has been deployed on the tomb.

Final month, talking on the event of the four-hundredth beginning anniversary of Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur, PM Modi stated Guru Tegh Bahadur stood like a rock towards Aurangzeb’s tyranny. “The Purple Fort is a witness that despite the fact that Aurangzeb severed many heads, he couldn’t shake our religion,” PM Modi had stated.

The Gyanvapi Mosque, circumstances relating to that are being heard by a Varanasi courtroom and the Supreme Courtroom, was additionally believed to be constructed by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Petitions claimed Aurangzeb demolished the Kashi Vishwanath temple constructed over two thousand years in the past and constructed the mosque as an alternative.

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