Minister Parimal Suklabaidya visits Karsevaks at Dholai in Cachar
Silchar: Excise, Forests and Environment and Fisheries Minister of Assam Government Parimal Suklabaidya on Wednesday paid a visit to the Karsevaks and their families at his constituency Dholai who was involved in the 1992 Ram Janmabhoomi movement marching right from Assam to Ayodhya without the fear of losing lives, showing immense symbols of patriotism for Hindustan.
On the auspicious occasion of laying the foundation brick for the Ram Mandir by PM Modi in Ayodhya, State Minister greeted them with Ramnam vastra, holy books Geeta & Ramayana and also offered sweets to them and urged their families to share their message of love for Ram Mandir to the entire society highlighting the pillars of unity & strength of Hindutva through peaceful acts beneficial to the society at large. Spending fruitful moments with them today, Suklabaidiya also requested all to follow and implement the ideologies of Bhagawan Ram and pray for his blessings for the ever welfare of the nation.
It may be mentioned that 5th August 2020 goes down in the history of India as one of the most golden days symbolizing pride, unity and the feeling of being Hindu through the hands of Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing the Bhoomi poojan of the long-awaited Ram Mandir at Ram janma bhoomi in Ayodhya.
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Call of ‘Jai Siya Ram', is not only echoing in Ayodhya, but in every part of globe: PM Modi
Ayodhya: The ground-breaking ceremony of the Bhoomi Poojan of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya took place on Wednesday with the hands of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who laid that the first brick of Ram Temple.
PM Modi while addressing the attendees said, “The call of ‘Jai Siya Ram', is not only echoing in the town of Lord Rama (Ayodhya) but in every part of the globe today. I express gratitude to all people of this country, Indian Diaspora globally and all the devotees of Lord Ram on today's holy occasion.”
He said that those who are watching today's event, from any corner of the globe, are emotional today. Ram Temple will be a modern symbol of our culture and nationalist spirits. It will also symbolize devotion and sentiments.
He also expressed that from Kanyakumari to Kshirbhavani, Koteshwar to Kamakhya, Jagannath to Kedarnath, Somnath to Kashi Vishwanath- entire nation is indulged in devotion in Lord Ram today.
“This grand eve is like August 15 is Independence Day for the nation, because Ram Janmabhoomi got freedom today and it holds the same importance for crores of those who devoted their lives for the reason of Ram Temple. It is my good fortune that the Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust invited me, giving me an opportunity to witness this historic instance. I heartily thank the trust for this”, Modi added.
New economic opportunities will come for Ayodhya in the future once the temple is built. This temple will now be constructed for Ram Lalla who had been living in a tent. PM Modi also added that even though efforts to eliminate Lord Ram's existence, he still lives in our hearts and is the basis of our culture.
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PM Modi lays foundation brick of Ram Temple
Grand event of Bhoomi Poojan of Ram Temple in Ayodhya concludes
Ayodhya: The grand event of Bhoomi Poojan of Ram Temple in Ayodhya concluded today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the temple at around 12: 44 pm, as per the ‘muhrat’. Before laying the foundation stone, he visited the Hanumangarhi Temple for 'darshan. At Shri Ram Janmabhoomi PM Modi was seen performing ‘pooja’ along with RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, UP CM Yogi Adityanath and the UP Governor Anandiben Patel.
On this grand eve Yogi Adityanath said, “Under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, the power of India's democratic values and its judiciary has shown the world that how can matters by resolved peacefully, democratically and constitutionally.”
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat said, “So many people had sacrificed, they couldn't be here physically. There are some who couldn't come here, Advani ji must be at his home watching this. There are some who should've come but couldn't be invited because of the Covid-19 situation.” He added, “We had taken a resolution. We struggled for 30 years and in the 30th year, we've attained the joy of fulfilling our resolution. I remember the then RSS chief Balasaheb Deoras telling us that we'll have to struggle for a long span of 20-30 years, only then will this be fulfilled.”
For performing holy rituals at temple soil from more than 2,000 pilgrimage sites and water from more than 100 rivers was brought. Total 175 guests were invited by the Ram Mandir Trust, including 135 religious leaders.
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Sec 144 imposed in three cities of Karnataka ahead of Ram Mandir ‘Bhoomi Poojan’
Guwahati: Ahead of the grand ceremony of ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, Section 144 of CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code) has been imposed on three cities in Karnataka, namely Kalaburagi, Mangaluru and Kodagu.
In Kalaburgi, this restriction will be force from August 4, 3 pm to August 6, 6 am. In Mangaluru the prohibitory orders will be force from 8 pm on August 4 to 6 am on August 6 and in Kodagu August 4 midnight to 12 am on August 5 in the district.
Police commissioners of three cities respectively said, that this imposition is forced to avoid any untoward incident related to this occasion in the district. Vikash Kumar, Mangaluru City Police Commissioner, Kodagu District Commissioner, Annies Kanmani Joy and Police Commissioner, Kalaburgi, N Satish Kumar have clarified the same.
In a bid to maintain law and order liquor has been banned in Kalaburgi District. This imposition will also have the same duration as of Sec 144 (August 4, 3 pm to August 6, 6 am). In Ayodhya as well, barricades are in place to avoid any security breach.
Meanwhile, UP CM Yogi Adityanath appealed everyone, asking only invited person to attend the grand ceremony.
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Ram Mandir Construction: PM Modi likely to attend ‘Bhoomi Poojan’
‘Bhoomi Poojan’ of ‘Ram Mandir’ in Ayodhya will be done either on August 3 or August 5
Ayodhya: ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ of ‘Ram Mandir’ in Ayodhya will be done either on August 3 or August 5, depending on when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be able to visit the site, Kameshawar Chaupal of the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust told the media after a key meeting today.
Following the directions from Supreme Court for supervising, and construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, the Ram Mandir Trust has called a meeting to discuss the way forward of temple construction amid the Coronavirus crisis.
The meeting was held at 3 pm at Circuit House, Ayodhya.
Nripendra Mishra, who was the Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, attended the proposed Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust meeting in Ayodhya this afternoon. Along with Nripendra Mishra, a team of senior engineers has also come to Ayodhya, which will closely inspect the construction of the temple.
Trust members confirmed that an invitation had been sent to PM Modi and in today's meeting, the date for the beginning of temple construction is likely to be finalised. According to sources, the construction at Ramjanmbhoomi is likely to begin in August. While the temple construction ceremony was supposed to be celebrated with many Union Ministers, Chief Ministers and other important dignitaries in attendance, the list of attendees after COVID-19 spread is likely to have only Prime Minister Modi, Bhagwat, UP Chief Minister, few Ministers and MPs from the region, stated the source.
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Ram Mandir construction begins in Ayodhya
Guwahati: Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, Chairman of Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust, today announced the beginning of the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.
The trust was set by the Govt of India and was accordingly announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Parliament. The Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust has by now received more than 4 crores of donation and it is still counting. It is also expected to attract a huge number of devotees from different parts of the world, once the temple gets prepared for the visitors.
In a landmark judgement passed by the 'Supreme Court Of India' on 9 November 2019, the disputed land of 2.77 acres was handed over for the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya by the trust and an additional 5-acre strip of land was also offered to the Sunni Waqf Board, to construct a masjid there.
The disputed area of Ayodhya was contested upon since the British era and various clashes have taken place, over this issue, ever since, which ultimately resulted to the unfortunate illegal demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992, followed by a series of violent riots all over India and many other terrorist attacks like the 'Bombay blasts' of 1993.
The Ram Mandir verdict was passed by a 5 judges bench, headed by the then Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi after several attempts of mediation had severely failed.
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