A Delhi court on Tuesday dismissed a plea claiming ownership of the land housing the Qutub Minar complex..One Kunwar Mahendra Dhwaj Prasad Singh had filed an intervention application through advocate ML Sharma claiming ownership of all land between Ganga and Yamuna from Agra to Gurugram. Judge Dinesh Kumar told the counsel appearing via video conferencing for the various parties, “Application has been dismissed.” The court also posted the hearing of the suit seeking restoration of puja inside the monument complex on October 19. .During Tuesday's arguments, Singh addressed the court and said,"I'm 78 now. 60-70 years I have been fighting. I still have the authority of being a sovereign king. Now the sovereignty was to be dominated to the Indian dominion but in my case it hasn't been transferred (sic).”The applicant also called himself the ruler of the united provinces of Agra from the 16th century. "I'm the lawful owner of this property right from that. In 1947, I was 3 years old. I was a minor child. After the government was formed in 1947, it encroached on the area without considering my right," asserted Singh..The Court, however, pointed out that the question before it did not pertain to the ownership of the property."Lis before the court is not about deciding the ownership of the property," it pointed out.The intervention application was moved in a suit filed on behalf of deities Lord Vishnu and Lord Rishabh Dev through advocates Hari Shankar Jain and Ranjana Agnihotri seeking restoration of deities within the Qutub complex and the right to do puja and darshan of the deities.