Andromeda Galaxy: After Azam Khan demanded Taj Mahal be handed over to Wakf Board, and BJP MP Yogi Adityanath’s claim Taj Mahal was built over Shiv temple ‘Tejo Mahalaya‘, another sensational claim has come into light. Aliens from an undisclosed planet in distant galaxy Andromeda have claimed their ancestors built Taj Mahal, hence it must be handed over to them.
This unexpected revelation from a far world, millions of light years away, has stunned thousands of claimants of Taj back on earth. Aliens are considered way more intelligent and powerful than their human counterparts, and any challenge to their claim by humans is expected to trigger potentially dangerous response from them.
“PTs, Did you know Taj Mahal once belonged to our Virat-Planet? It was called T42-M4H4L and our ancestors used to store encoded-DNA of their ancestors for experimentation in the main dome. First Mughals, and later Hindu missionaries invaded and captured this monument of genesis, and stole all our DNA codes. Then, they decoded genetic data and used it to build their own species,” tweeted TUTU 5W4My, supreme leader of the said planet in a broadcast to his citizens, a copy of which was beamed live on earth with hashtag #ShikhandPaad.
TUTU also threatened to start a TAR-Seva (Tajmahal Assimilation & Revolution- Seva) and promised to build a ‘Bhavya-Temple‘ of their goddess over it. An army of ‘Alien Karyakartas’ is understood to have left their planet towards earth to attack Taj Mahal.
Humans, though are not worried. A senior ISRO official told Teekhi Mirchi on condition of anonymity, “Even if they attack Taj Mahal, they won’t be able to build temple of their goddess due to ‘coalition-compulsions’ back in their home. But, we’re prepared for the worst.”
UNESCO declined to comment on the matter citing jurisdiction. Our highly placed sources in Space and Technology Ministry have revealed government has agreed to the demands of aliens, but has put a condition.
“We’ll first wait for Indian courts to take a final call on who actually owns Taj Mahal. In earth currently, we’ve 4,78,913 claimants of Taj Mahal. The winner and future single owner of Taj will then fight a legal battle with TUTU for the ownership of Taj Mahal in Indian judiciary system. This is expected to take at least a couple of centuries,” said one source in law ministry.
Meanwhile, our reporter in Kanpur sent us a picture of Bunty-Bubbly duo helping aliens do a recce of Agra. Aliens clicked many photographs of Agra and took a selfie too in-front-of Taj. Bunty & Bubbly, notorious for selling anything to anybody at anytime, were seen trying to sell Taj Mahal to TUTU, bypassing tedious, and often frustrating trap of earthly laws.