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Preparations are in full swing for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. The chairman of the construction committee Nripendra Mishra has reached here to oversee it and to conduct an excavation test of Pillar.
- The first pillar will be bored in one meter of diameter while the foundation of the pillar will be 200 feet deep.
- According to the standard, the first pillar found strong is the remaining 1100 pillar pits after 15 October.
After the approval of the Rama temple map in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, it is now ready to start digging the foundation pillar. With whom the chairman of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee Nripendra Mishra reviewed the preparations in a meeting with Champat Rai Dr. Anil Mishra DM AK Jha, L&T engineers and trust members at the Circuit House here. Reached Ayodhya on Monday evening. On Tuesday, he inspected the temple premises and the machines that reached there with his technical team. Since the strength of the temple has to remain for a thousand years, the foundation is being tested in every way.
Be a pillar first
According to Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Ram Mandir Trust, only one pillar pit will be excavated first. The work can begin on 15 September. The pit will be bored up to 35 meters deep in one meter of diameter while the foundation of the pillar will be deep.
It will be fully prepared by filling the spice of concrete according to the standard. After one month, its strength test will be done. If it is found to be strong as per standard in the pillar test, then after October 15, the remaining 1100 pillar pits will be excavated. It was told that if the trial pillar did not meet the test, then technical examination will be done again.
Trial is underway before the excavation of 1200 pillars
It was told that on Tuesday, the discussion is going on for all the tests of the trust members and L&T engineers before they start digging 1200 pillars of the temple. These include soil tests, anti-earthquake tests, scientific testing of the strength of ballast, morang, cement, etc. It was told that Nripendra Mishra, president of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee, is in favor of starting work on it only after being satisfied with all the information about the strengthening of the foundation of the temple during his two-day visit to Ayodhya. They have also been accompanied by technical experts.
Champat Rai said that technical aspects were discussed in the meeting. One pillar will be prepared first. The rest of the pillar will stand a month later. There was also a discussion on shifting the stones kept in the workshop. Rai Bani should be brought at the same time when the work of stones starts. This will also make the calculation correct.
Construction will not start in a hurry
At the same time, General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Champat Rai has repeatedly reiterated that the construction of the foundation of the temple will start only after thorough scientific and technical testing. It will not be started soon.