Move to construct Ram Temple at Ayodhya gains momentum

Move to construct Ram Temple at Ayodhya gains momentum

July 3, 2017

Lucknow: As soon as Yogi Adityanath-led BJP Government came to power in Uttar Pradesh, the construction of Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya is gaining momentum.

In a major development, the Sadhus and Sanths have come together to chalk-out a plan for its construction, after Guru Purnima. They will be coming up with a blueprint for a massive Ram Mandir, after they meet at the Seetapura Naradananda Ashram, said Naradananda Ashram Chief Swami Vidya Chaitanya Maharaj to a media organisation.

He said that he had met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in this regard on June 27 and expressed confidence that the construction of Ram Temple will definitely begin by 2019.

The Sadhus, Sanths and heads of various Mutts will be joining hands to start a Jan (people) Campaign, said the Ashram Chief Swami Chaitanya Maharaj.

As part of Guru Purnima on July 9 in Naradananda Ashram, many religious programmes will be held including a special Rathotsava. The Sadhus and Sanths from Rajasthan, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and other States will participate in these programmes.

During this period, the blueprint for the temple will be decided, said Chaitanya Maharaj. He had been touring different States for this purpose for more than a month and returned recently, he said.

Rashtriya Kisan Manch (National Farmers Forum) President Shekar Dikshit said that till the situation of farmers and sages does not improve, Ram Rajya in the country cannot be transformed into a reality. Both these are the wealth of the country. If    these two suffer, then the Sadhus-Sanths community will not tolerate, he warned. The Sadhus and Sanths will come together and fight against the moves to grab the lands belonging to the Mutts, declared Dikshit.


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