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After Akbaruddin Owaisi’s visit to Aurangzeb tomb in Aurangabad, Maharashtra leader Navnirman Sena said tomb should He is destroyed.

Agra Mayor Naveen Jindal on Wed said, in Ability of The national president of The Mayor’s Council has appealed to all mayors to remove all billboards of Aurangzeb from everywhere. If there are roads named after Aurangzeb, this is should It can be renamed, as there are should not be any place for ruthless ruler Aurangzeb in India, the mayor said to news ANI Agency. “Aurangzeb was a cruel ruler who destroyed Hindu temples and also forced people of Hindus community to convert to Islam. there should not be any place for Aurangzeb in India,” Jane said.

controversy erupted over Akbaruddin Owaisi’s visit to Aurangzeb tomb

The comment comes in the middle of a row over AIMIM Leader Akbaruddin Owaisi’s visit to Aurangzeb tomb in Aurangabad. After the visit, Maharashtra questioned Navnirman Sena need for The tomb and said it should He is destroyed. After the tweet of multinational media movement leader Gajanan Kali, there are some people in Kholabad areawhere is the tomb located, try to lock the structure protected by the Archaeological Survey of India, ASI authorities confirmed adding that additional security has been deployed in tomb.

last month talking on Occasion of 400th birthday of Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur, Prime Minister Modi said Guru Teg Bahadur stood up like a rock against The tyranny of Aurangzeb. Prime Minister Modi said: “The Red Fort is a witness that although Aurangzeb has cut many heads, he cannot shake our faith.”

The Gianvapi Mosque, the cases being heard by the Varanasi Court and the High Court, was also thought to be built by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The petitions alleged that Aurangzeb demolished the Kashi Vishwanath temple built over two thousand years ago and built The mosque in that it place.

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