Past wrongs cannot be basis for disturbing present and future peace: Delhi Court dismisses suit for restoration of temples in Qutub Minar complex

The plaintiffs sought relief in the form of restoration of deities within the temple complex, which is now known as Quwwat-ul-Islam in the Qutub Minar complex.
Qutub Minar complex
Qutub Minar complex

Nobody has denied that wrongs were committed in the past, but such wrongs cannot be the basis for disturbing peace of our present and future, a Delhi Court held while dismissing a suit seeking restoration of 27 Hindu and Jain Temples in Delhi's Qutub Minar complex (Tirthankara Lord Rishab Dev & Ors v. Union of India).

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