It will be led by CK Mishra, Minister of the Environment, Forests and Climate Change.
According to PTI, the center set up a committee on Monday to address industrial pollution problems affecting the Taj Mahal.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said the committee will be composed of experts from the Ministry of the Environment, the National Environmental Engineering Institute, the Indian Institute of Technology and other forums. It will be led by CK Mishra, Minister of the Environment, Forests and Climate Change.
The government led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, which was revoked by the Supreme Court, did not announce the news of the marble tombs of the 16th century as soon as possible, and said that its protection was a “promising cause.”
The court told the government on July 11 that “we will either close the Taj Mahal or dismantle or restore it.” It is listening to a petition requesting proper maintenance of the monument.
Gadkari said that the center respects the court’s opinion and will take the necessary measures to solve the problem. He issued a statement after a high-level inter-ministerial meeting, which proposed a solution to various forms of pollution.
On July 9, the Supreme Court upheld the orders of the judges of the Agra area, prohibiting those who did not live in Agra from praying at the mosque in the Taj Mahal complex on Friday. The order was approved on January 24.