By: PTI|Ayodhya |
Released: August 3, 2020 7: 19: 20 pm
The primary minister reached Ayodhya in the afternoon and went to the Ram Janmabhoomi website where the bhoomi pujan is to be held.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday said that the COVID-19 protocol will be strictly followed during the ‘Bhoomi pujan’ ceremony for Ram temple and just those welcomed must come.
The primary minister, who was here to supervise preparations for the August 5 occasion, said it was a “historic and emotional” minute which will lay the “structure of a brand-new India”. He also hit out at the Congress, stating those who are making negative discuss the event had attempted to develop barriers in the building of the Ram temple and the people of the nation learn about them.
” It is not just a historical however likewise a psychological moment as after 500 years the Ram temple work will start. It will be the foundation of a new India.
” COVID-19 procedure will be strictly followed at the occasion.
Almost 200 individuals have been invited for the event, according to the temple trust. The chief minister advised individuals to light earthen lights, decorate temples and recite Ramayana in memory of those “who set their lives in the temple struggle”.
For those who are eager to visit Ayodhya, plans will be made to bring people from every district once the coronavirus pandemic is over, he said. The chief minister reached Ayodhya in the afternoon and visited the Ram Janmabhoomi website where the bhoomi pujan is to be held.
He also paid obeisance to Ramlalla (the idol of Lord Ram as a baby), went to Hanuman Garhi temple and provided directions to senior officers from the dais, where the centerpiece is arranged to be held.
Extra Chief Secretary (House) Awanish Kumar Awasthi, Ayodhya District Magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha and DIG Deepak Kumar likewise accompanied the chief minister, a senior authorities said. The primary minister was set up to visit Ayodhya on Sunday but it was cancelled due to the death of state minister Kamla Rani Varun, who had contracted COVID-19
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