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The Uttar Pradesh government reacted to the debate and said Taj Mahal is a piece of "our proud heritage". "It may be his individual feeling, CM Yogi Adityanath and I call it a player in our social legacy. It is legacy and it is a noteworthy traveler spot. We are focused on the upliftment of Agra and Taj. From a traveler's perspective, we are pleased with the Taj Mahal," said Reeta Bahuguna Joshi. 

The restriction censured Som's charges. "BJP is lecturing contempt. History can't be changed. We should gain from history, both great and awful. These remarks are by individuals who are stuck in history and have a tight mentality," said Samajwadi Party representative, CP Rai. 

AIMIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi lashed out at Sangeet Som and the BJP for the remarks and stated, "The Red Fort was worked by a similar gathering of backstabbers. Will PM Narendra Modi quit lifting the banner from that point? Can Modi and Yogi ask local, remote sightseers to not visit the Taj?" 

BJP pioneer GVL Narasimha Rao safeguarded Som, saying that the pioneer was qualified for his supposition. "There have been endeavors to twist Indian history. It is an image of brutality and it is a landmark. I will state what I need to state. To the extent Som is concerned, he has the right to speak freely. That is his own view and there require not be a partisan principal on each announcement," said Rao. 

The UP tourism booklet, which was discharged to stamp a half year of the Yogi Adityanath government in UP, incorporates plans for new attractions including a voyage through landmarks and areas vital to the Ramayana. It likewise incorporates existing visitor goals like the Gorakhpur sanctuary (of which Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is the primary cleric). It bafflingly, however, does not include the Taj. 

Yogi had before said that the landmark "had no association with India's way of life or legacy", in the setting of gifting small models of the Taj Mahal to going to remote dignitaries by past governments.
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