Ayodhya Ram Temple Trust has 900 crores spent in disclosure-making work, and 3,000 crores still left in bank accounts


The construction work of the Rama temple in Ayodhya continues. Ram Mandir Trust has given information about the expenditure on construction work. The trust has said that from February 5, 2020, till March 31 this year, Rs 900 crore has been spent and there is 3000 crore left in the account.

Ayodhya Ram Temple: Shri Ram Bhanabhoomi Trust Secretary Champat Rai has said that the construction work of Shri Ram Mandir is going fast. Rai has informed that on 5 February, Between 2020 and 31 March this year, Rs 900 crore has been spent on the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya and Rs 3,000 crore is currently left in the bank accounts of the trust. Trust officials discussed 18 points, including the legal process for taking donations in foreign currency, at a three-hour meeting held in Ayodhya on Saturday. Champat Rai, secretary of the temple’s Trust, said the trust applied for permission under the Foreign Contribution ( Regulation ) Act.

The Trust Secretary gave information, “Rs 900 crore has been spent on the construction of the temple from 5 February 2020 to 31 March 2023 and the bank accounts of the trust still have more than Rs 3,000 crore left.” He said that the Ram Katha Museum on the banks of the Sarayu River would be a legal trust and there would be a 500-year history of the Ram temple and 50 years of legal documents.

Champat Rai gave important information

Rai said that the Temple Trust has appealed to people across the country to light a lamp in front of their homes after sunset on the day of the prestige ceremony. “Before the prestige ceremony, rice will be worshipped in front of Lord Rama and then distributed throughout India. Rice ( ‘Pooted Akshat’ ) will be distributed in five lakh villages from 1 to 15 January. A committee has been formed for this which has been set up for the consecration ceremony. ”

Abhishek ( Prana Reputation ) The ceremony is likely to be held on January 22, 2024, which will include Prime Minister Narendra Modi and about 10,000 dignitaries from across the country. Rai said the temple will be completed in three phases by January 2025.

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