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Restore Taj or bring it down, says angry SC

DNMUM418023 | 7/12/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :185 | India



New Delhi: An angry Supreme Court said on Wednesday that preserving the Taj Mahal had become a “hopeless cause”, asking the Centre and the Uttar Pradesh government to demolish it if they could not restore it.
The court will hold daily hearings on how to protect India’s most famous monument from pollution from July 31.
The court ordered the formation of a special committee to find the source of pollution in and around the 17th-century architectural wonder in Agra to suggest measures to prevent it.
“Eighty millions go to watch Eiffel Tower which looks like a TV Tower. Our Taj is more beautiful. If you had looked after it, your foreign exchange problem would have been solved,” the top court said.
The court pull
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