Home » Trending » Ram Temple Trust members to decide the date for Bhumi Pujan in meeting today, PM Modi may attend the event

Ram Temple Trust members to decide the date for Bhumi Pujan in meeting today, PM Modi may attend the event

‘The Sri Ramjanmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust’ has scheduled a meeting on today, in Ayodhya. They are expecting to decide a date for ‘Bhoomi Pujan’ of Sri Ram Temple mostly in the month of August and decided upon making a formal invitation for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to this ceremony.

The heads of the temple’s construction committee, Nripendra Misra had reached the Ayodhya ahead for this meeting and held an informal meeting, with other trustees including general secretary Champat Rai on this Thursday. “The points of inviting the Prime Minister for the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony and the proposed date of the same will be discussed at the Trust’s meeting on Saturday,” Rai said. The Trust President, Nritya Gopal Das, said they wish that seek the Prime Minister’s nod for the visit to Ayodhya on an auspicious date in the month of August for this ceremony. “The construction of the Temple should begin at the earliest and be completed by 2022,” Das said ceremonies.

Team members of engineers from a well known leading construction company had also reached the Ayodhya as well as former BSF Director General K.K. Sharma who had been requested by the Trustees to propose a plan regarding the overall security of the Ram Janambhoomi complex as the temple coming up. The levelling work at this site is on and a Delhi group is working in Ayodhya for cleaning of all the stones etc. The Trust seems of the unanimous view that the VIPs design of this temple should be adopted, while a new comprehensive blueprint will be ahead to be made for the entire 67.7 acres of the complex. The temple’s model had prepared by Chandrakant Sonpura, who may also attend the Trust’s meeting on Saturday.

The ‘Bhoomi Pujah ceremony has been earlier taken off due to the coronavirus pandemic situation and later due to various tensions on the India-China borders. It was expected that the PM could also attend the ceremony through video-conferencing from Delhi. In the event of puja not being able to make the visit to Ayodhya. The saints in Ayodhya temples are however expressing a wish for Modi to come as he had not been to Ayodhya since after becoming the PM in 2014.

In this event for the PMs Visit, it is expected to be the low-key ceremony in the view of the Covid-19 situation along with selected union ministers and the UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in the attendance. Misra, in his informal meeting with the trustees on Thursday, stressed upon the Covid-19 situation and the needed to observe all precautions and safety measures during the Pujan.

Also read these posts:

Char Dham Yatra now open for locals, the decision on tourists will be taken after June 30

Scroll to Top