Ayodhya Ram Mandir News Today
Ayodhya Ram Mandir News Today: The Central government is going ahead with its plan to construct the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, the place where Lord Ram was born.
According to reports, the government is working on setting up a trust in the next few weeks as per the Supreme Court order on the Ayodhya case, said a report recently.
Ram Mandir News Supreme Court
On 9 November 2019, the Supreme Court gave the historical verdict on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case. Accordingly, the Central Government was instructed to prepare a plan for building the Ram Temple on the disputed site.
The measures include forming a trust or other appropriate body, appointing its members, framing its functionality and transfer of land to the trust. The Court instructed to prepare a plan of all necessary provisions.
In its judgment, the Supreme Court had also ordered the government to give the Sunni Waqf Board an alternative land of five acres for the construction of a new mosque at a prominent place in the same holy city of Uttar Pradesh.
The apex court had said that a trust should be set up within three months for the construction of the temple at the respective place in Ayodhya.
A Home Ministry official said yesterday that they are working on this matter and the trust will be set up within three months time given by the Supreme Court.
Lord Ram Statue in Ayodhya Height
Meanwhile, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister announced earlier that the government would build a 251-meter high statue of Lord Rama in Ayodhya. As per the original plan, this project was agreed on the land of Manjha Mirpur.
However, after examining the three sites in November, the team of the Public Works Department faced some technical problem. The area of land required for this project is not available in a full stretch on the spot as the NH and railway bridge come in the middle. The government had a plan to purchase 24 hectares of land here for the project. But no final decision has been taken so far.
The report says that the CM inspected three sites at Manjha Barhata and Manjha Jamthara on the banks of Saryu for the project during his visit to Ayodhya.
It is reported that there is a connectivity problem in Manjha Jamthara. This apart there could be a possible NOC issue from NGT, Railway Department and Environment as well.
Now the report will be sent to CM about these sites and a decision is expected to be taken soon. At present, no land has been purchased for this project.