Several States Want Land in Ayodhya for Guest Houses and Other Facilities

Lucknow: Several states have approached the Uttar Pradesh government for land in Ayodhya. The online registration process for allotment of plots for mutts, ashrams and commercial purposes in Ayodhya is to start on November 10.

A grand Ram temple will be inaugurated in Ayodhya on January 22, 2024.

According to the UP Housing Board, state governments of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Assam, Sikkim, Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh have already approached the UP government for allotment of land in Ayodhya.

The UP government has already allotted 6,000 square metres of land to Gujarat to establish its state guest house in the proposed new Ayodhya Greenfield township project.

The new greenfield township project in Ayodhya will come up on 1,407-acre land on both sides of the Lucknow-Gorakhpur highway. It will later be extended by 442 acres in the second phase of the project.

The online registration of plots for mutts and ashrams will end on November 30. Commercial plots will be allotted through e-auction for which registration will start from November 10 and end on November 24. The auction will take place on November 25.

In the first phase, 28 plots have been earmarked for mutts and ashrams each measuring 1,966 sqm to 10,417 sqm. Besides, 12 commercial plots, each measuring 1,543 sqm to 9,252 sqm, will also be allotted.

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