Ram temple to be built by December 2023; Development work completed midway: Adityanath

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Picture Supply: PTI Ayodhya: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inspects under-construction website of Ram temple


  • After waiting for more than 500 years, a grand temple will be built, said Adityanath
  • He attributed the development of the temple to the “historic act” of PM Modi’s management.
  • Adityanath said that India has overtaken Nice Britain to become the fifth largest economy in the world.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that the construction work of Ram temple in Ayodhya will be completed by the end of 2023. The Chief Minister further said that the work has been crossed midway.

The decision to build the temple was first passed by the BJP in Palampur, Adityanath said, as he campaigned for party candidate Trilok Kapoor in the constituency ahead of the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections.

“As we talk, I am happy to inform you from here that the construction work of the Ram temple in Ayodhya has already passed midway and the construction of a grand temple by the end of 2023 is waiting for more time. will be done later. 500 years,” Adityanath mentioned while addressing a rally in Palampur.

He attributed the development of the temple to “a historic task” by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decisive and strong management.

The Chief Minister also campaigned for Lokendra Kumar, the BJP candidate from Ani assembly constituency.

Addressing a rally there, he said that India’s graph is increasing globally and today no problem of the world will be solved without its participation. He said that India has overtaken Nice Britain to become the fifth largest economy in the world.

“It was India that gave free ration to crores of poor people across the country during the pandemic while BJP workers helped them. Then the place was the Congress brother-sister duo,” he said at the rally, referring to Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

“Congress is limited to only one family and cares for them whereas for Narendra Modi and BJP the people of India are their family,” he said.

Praising Himachal Pradesh for being within the armed forces as the children of the state, “the land of the brave”, Adityanath said, “You all may be happy to know that today our enemies may not dare to look at us. ..”

And that is because the heroes of the country carried out “surgical strikes inside enemy areas”, Adityanath, who has been campaigning extensively across the hill state, told the gathering.

Adityanath said that all the historic options like construction of Ram temple, abrogation of Article 370 and surgical strike were not possible under Congress rule as it does not take care of such issues.

Advocating the BJP to retain power in the state, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said the state has witnessed all-round development under the party’s “double engine” government.

Noting that both BJP president JP Nadda and Union minister Anurag Thakur are from Himachal Pradesh, Adityanath said this shows the importance of the state for the saffron party.

Voting for the 68-member Himachal Pradesh assembly is to be held on November 12.

The ruling BJP is in a direct contest with the Congress.

(with inputs from PTI)

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