Hindu sculptures exist inside Qutub Minar complex but nobody can claim right to worship in protected monuments: ASI to Delhi court

The ASI while conceding that architectural members and images of Hindu and Jain deities were reused for Qutub complex construction, said the same cannot be a ground to claim right to worship over protected monuments.
Qutub Minar complex
Qutub Minar complex

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has told a Delhi court that though there was no denial about existence of Hindu sculptures inside the Qutub Minar complex, a fundamental right to workshop can't be claimed with respect to the protected monument.

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