The Acorn is one of the most iconic and popular monuments in India.
It was dedicated in 1893 and is a part of the National Capital Territory of New Delhi.
The Acorns sculpture stands on the site of the first Indian city, which was founded in 1721 by Portuguese traders and incorporated into the British empire in 1762.
It is one the most important sites in the city, and is revered as a symbol of the Hindu religion.
However, there are some people who feel that the statue has not been well-received, particularly by women, and there is no official word on why.
The main issue has been a controversy surrounding the statue, which depicts a woman wearing a turban, a long wig and short robes.
The statue has been criticised for its depiction of a Muslim woman, who was portrayed as a Muslim, and also for depicting a Hindu woman, a Hindu goddess and a Buddhist deity, who is shown with long hair and a turbans.
It has also been criticised over its depiction by members of the religious community.
The issue has also divided the community and left many people upset, including members of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Many of them have been petitioning the city government for a statue to be removed, which has led to protests from the opposition Congress party and other parties.
It appears that there is a group of people who are unhappy about the portrayal of their religion in the monument.
The BJP, which won the municipal elections in New Delhi in May this year, has accused the city’s Hindu and Christian leaders of trying to change the image of the city.
It said that the city had to get rid of the statue.
It also questioned the decision of the Delhi government to allow the statue to remain.
It called for a commission to investigate the issue, and for a public debate about the statue and its removal.
The Delhi Commission for Protection of Cultural Heritage (DCPCH), headed by former Supreme Court chief Justice Dipak Misra, has issued an interim report.
The DCPCH said that it has received a number of complaints from the Hindu community in Delhi, which had been demanding the removal of the Acorns.
They also said that there had been threats to their lives, property and livelihoods.
It ordered a report on the matter within two weeks.
The government has now asked the DCPCLH to issue a report within two months.
It will also send a report to the National Commission for Minorities, which will decide whether the removal is possible.
The Hindu community has also threatened to hold protests in the capital if the commission decides to remove the Acords.
However the city authorities have refused to take the issue up with the opposition parties, including the Congress party.
A local BJP leader said that they have asked the city to remove it as it is a symbol for the city and they have not been allowed to speak against it.
The city has not said if it will allow the removal or not.
The Acorns is located near the Parliament in New London, which is also home to a large Hindu population.
The area has a large Muslim population, who claim to belong to a religious minority called Jains.
They are against the statue because they claim it has “no relevance to the religion of India”.
They said that because it is in a temple, it is considered as a holy place.
They say that the sculpture is a mockery of their faith.
The statue, the largest in India, is an old Indian design and is made of a bronze alloy.
The temple has a wall inscribed with the names of all its worshippers.
Some of the Jains have also claimed that the Acors are a reference to the goddess Amita, who had a son, a descendant of Ram.
Earlier this month, the Delhi council passed a resolution on the statue’s removal, saying that “the city cannot allow the presence of the monument to be interfered with”.
However, it also called for an investigation into the matter.
India has some of the highest Muslim populations in the world, including some in the country’s most populous cities.
The number of Muslims in India is estimated at about 8 per cent, while the number of Christians is at around 7 per cent.
Last month, India’s Supreme Court banned the wearing of face veils and the wearing and displaying of religious symbols in public.