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A two-day meeting of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee in Ayodhya, UP, concluded today. Several points were discussed in the meeting.
- Discussion held with expert engineers of the company in two days meeting
- Plans for the development of the entire 67-acre campus of the temple were also discussed.
The 2-day meeting of the Ram Temple Construction Committee in Ayodhya, Ram’s city in Uttar Pradesh, ended on Tuesday. There has been a detailed discussion about the progress of the temple construction so far and how to start on further work. Plans for the development of the entire 67-acre campus of the temple along with the perkota of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple were also discussed in the meeting. In this regard, architects from all over the country have sent several architect designs, by selecting from which the plans of the selected architect design will also start development of the campus.
Giving information about the meeting, the treasurer of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetram Trust, Swami Govind Dev Giri said that the construction work of the temple’s perkota will begin this month. There has been a discussion in this meeting with technical experts. Along with this, the trust will get the technical report to start the construction work of 1200 pillars of the foundation of the temple by the high level technical experts of the country by 15 December. Soon after that its construction will also be started.
The progress of construction of the temple is satisfactory
Swami Govind Dev Giri said that Ayodhya is being developed with the construction of Ram temple. The members of the trust are very excited and satisfied about the ideas that have come up in the meeting of the construction committee. On both days there has been a detailed discussion with the expert engineers of Tata Consultancy Services, Sompura Company and LNT Company on the progress made so far and how to get started on the work ahead.
The meeting of the two, chaired by Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee, has given a boost to the trust people and they hope that the construction of the temple will speed up soon. Anil Mishra Vimalendra Mohan Pratap Mishra, Mahant Dinendra Das, was also present at the meeting.