- Tomb in Safdarjung Enclave reportedly turned into a temple
- Manish Sisodia underlines "zero tolerance" for such incidents
- It was an attempt to disturb harmony in the area, he stressed
Mr Sisodia's order comes following a news report over the issue.
In his order to the secretary, the deputy chief minister said that causing damage and harm to a heritage property was against the law and a serious offence.
He said that the reported incident should be handled with zero tolerance by the department as it not only violated heritage related laws but also was an attempt to disturb peace and harmony in the area.
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