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After the petition for wearing saffron on the Taj Mahal in Agra, the Tejomahal case and the survey of 22 rooms, now a dispute has started regarding its inheritance rights. Prince Tusi, a Mughal descendant, had given an open challenge to show the papers to Diya Kumari, a member of the Jaipur royal family of Rajasthan and MP. Dainik Bhaskar had a special conversation with him on the controversy that started after this.
During the conversation, Prince Tusi expressed anger for disputing the Taj Mahal and said that Diya Kumari wanted to become the CM. Commenting on the Peethadheeshwar Jagatguru Paramhansacharya of the ascetic Cantonment Akhara of Ayodhya, he said that who he is, who knows him. All of them are doing this for cheap popularity.
Jagatguru Paramhansacharya was not given entry in the Taj Mahal wearing saffron a few days ago. He had made such an allegation.
Let us tell you that Prince Tusi, who lives in Hyderabad, describes himself as a descendant of Shah Jahan. Prince Tusi issued a statement after Diya Kumari, MP of Jaipur royal family, claimed that the Taj Mahal was on the land of her ancestors and it was a document. Diya Kumari was challenged to show documents if she had Rajput blood. He called it a statement given for cheap popularity.
On Saturday, Prince Tusi, while talking to Dainik Bhaskar on this subject, told that his respect is not only in India but also in other countries. Some people make such statements for popularity. Who knew Rajneesh, who filed the petition before today? Who knew Diya apart from her city. Who is Jagatguru? I think Diya now wants to become CM or PM, only then she is doing so for cheap popularity.
Prince Tusi called those who made statements on the Taj Mahal a small leader.
Street leaders are the ones who spread controversy, take a dig at Owaisi
Prince Tusi said that these people who gave statements on the Taj Mahal are small street leaders. Here Owaisi of Hyderabad also does the same. Made a name by giving a statement and came to UP from Hyderabad. Now he is putting his people in the elections all over the country. No big leader of BJP like PM Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh is giving any statement. Because of these people, Muslims think that this is what the BJP is doing, while it is not. No one can run the country the way Modi is running.
Prince Tusi comes to the Taj Mahal with family. – file photo
Jagatguru Paramhansacharya gave the answer to the Prince
Prince Tusi remarked about Jagatguru Paramhansacharya, who accused him of not getting entry wearing saffron in the Taj Mahal. Said, Jagatguru is 98 year old Swami Swaroopanand to my knowledge and he can never do such work. Jagatguru means another form of Shiva, nowadays many people put Jagatguru in front of their name. In response to his statement, Jagatguru Paramhansacharya said that Tusi doesn’t know anything about Vedic knowledge yet, the day he gets to know about us, he himself will apologize.
Government is the owner of Taj Mahal
Tusi told that according to the waqfnama of Shah Jahan, the Taj Mahal can be owned by the one who rules the country. Shah Jahan knew that the emperor had many children, so he wrote this waqfnama for the Taj Mahal. According to him, the owner of the Taj Mahal is the government. Diya says that the land was taken from her ancestors. The emperor had the whole country, then why would he buy the land? Along with this, every emperor had Rajput wives. History is witness that the son of a Rajput queen became the king. How could the emperor take the land of one wife and build a palace for the other wife?
No one except the Supreme Court can interfere in the matter of Taj Mahal
Prince Tusi says that the Taj Mahal is under the supervision of the Supreme Court and apart from him, no one can interfere in the affairs of the Taj Mahal. Nothing can happen in the Taj Mahal without even taking the permission of UNESCO. Controversy is only tarnishing the image of the Taj Mahal and the country.
who is prince tussi
Prince Tusi hails from Hyderabad. His full name is Prince Yakub Habibuddin Tusi. Prince Tusi describes himself as a descendant of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. He claims that Bahadur Shah belongs to the sixth generation of Zafar. He had claimed ownership of the Babri Masjid and Taj Mahal in Ayodhya many years ago, but it was rejected by the court.