Ayodhya: With U.P Assembly elections approaching once again the discussions and deliberations round the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya are heating up. In yet another step to push for the peedy construction of the Ram Mandir, a high powered meeting is being held during the course of two days. It is being claimed that the construction of the temple will be completed before 2024. A two-day meeting of the temple construction committee has started today under the chairmanship of Nripendra Mishra, chairman of Ram Mandir Construction Committee, for how this work can be done within this fixed limit. Mishra inspected the foundation construction site in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex.
After inspecting the premises, he attended the meeting of the Circuit House at one o’clock in the afternoon. In the meeting, along with the members of the trust, officials of construction company L&T, Tata Consultancy were involved. In the meeting, there was a churning on which stone will be used in the temple’s wall. The members who were not physically present connected virtually.
Ashish Sompura, the architect of the temple construction, the trust’s treasurer Govind Dev Giri and other trustees and others also attended the meeting. During this, the Ram Janmabhoomi complex and the workshop established in the past will be inspected. For the construction of the temple in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex, the work of filling a 50 feet deep excavation measuring 400 feet long and 300 feet wide site is going on. In this, more than 6 feet of foundation improvement work has been completed.
Machines are being prepared to start the stone workshop, along with making the base for the temple, as well as preparing for the construction of the wall.
To prepare the structure of the temple with stones, the machines installed on the already operating workshop are being prepared. So that, the work can be accelerated.
Nripendra Mishra has a visit to the workshop after taking stock of the ongoing work on the Ram Janmabhoomi complex on the agenda In this two-day meeting, along with the architect of the temple Ashish Sonpura, other architects can also be consulted to develop the complex.