Ayodhya Ram Temple To Be Inaugurated On January 1, 2024: Amit Shah

New Delhi: The temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya will be inaugurated on January 1, 2024, announced by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday.

The Union Minister was addressing a rally in poll-bound Tripura when he made the announcement.

Shah was quoted by the news agency ANI as saying, “Congress hindered the construction of Ram temple in courts…After the Supreme Court verdict came, Modiji began the construction of the temple.”

He added that the Congress has been hindering the Ram Temple construction case in courts since independence and the Supreme Court’s verdict on the matter came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power.

“The Ram Temple issue was being stalled by the Congress ever since the independence. It was after when PM Modi came to power that the Supreme Court gave its verdict and the construction of the temple began following a ‘bhoomipujan’,” said Amit Shah.

Prime Minister Modi had performed the ‘bhoomi pujan’ for the construction of the temple on August 5, 2020.

According to the plan, temples of Valmiki, Kewat, Shabari, Jatayu, Sita, Vighneshwar (Ganesh) and Sheshavatar (Lakshman) will also be constructed within a 70-acre area in the vicinity of the Ram temple.

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