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Tuesday, 21 July 2020

The grand preparation for the Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan, the agitating leaders will be invited

The movement for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya has intensified. Bhumipujan can be done in the first week of August. Grand preparations are being made for this. Even if there is a threat of coronavirus, the program will be conducted keeping in mind all the rules. It is being said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will pay homage to the land, though confirmation from the Prime Minister's Office has not yet been received. Many other veterans besides the PM will be called.

People involved in the temple movement will be involved

Senior BJP leaders associated with the Ram Mandir movement and people from the Sant Samaj can also be invited for the Bhumi Pujan program. Among them, former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani, veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi will be called and efforts will be made to come to Ayodhya.

Also, Uma Bharti, Vinay Katiyar, and Sadhvi Amb Tambhara can be called among the leaders known with the temple movement. Alok Kumar, Milind Parande will join on behalf of Vishwa Hindu Parishad. While Mohan Bhagwat and some other leaders may come to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh could attend the event if you talk about the government. According to sources, the number of VIP guests will be only 50, as well as the social distance will be taken care of. Apart from this, a big screen will be installed in five-six areas of Ayodhya so that people do not have any problem to watch the program.

Silver Stone will be installed in the foundation

President of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthkshetra Trust Maharashtra Nritya Gopaldas will offer 40 kg of silver seals to Shri Ramlala on behalf of Mani Ramdasdas Shibir. This silver rock will be installed at the base of the temple during Bhumi Puja. Amidst Vedic chanting, PM Modi will install a silver stone at the base of the Ram temple. Giving this information, Nrityagopal Das said that in 1989, people donated a stone and one and a half rupees to the temple. At that time, a large number of people provided co-operative funding according to their ability.

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