Ram Temple bhoomi poojan: Light ‘diyas’ in houses to be a part of the event, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Monday, asked people to light earthen lamps on August 4-5 to celebrate the historic moment of the groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Temple in Ayodhya. After reviewing the preparations at the venue, Adityanath said that containing the spread of COVID-19 remains the top priority of the government and added that PM Modi will represent all the devotees on the occasion. 

“To witness this historic moment, it’s essential that we light earthen lamps at our homes on 4th & 5th August, religious leaders decorate temples, organise ‘deepotsav‘ and ‘Akhand Ramayan Path‘ at temples, and remember their ancestors who sacrificed themselves for Ram Temple,” he said.

Slamming the Congress party, Adityanath said, “…Congress should look in its past. They didn’t want that foundation stone is laid where Lord Ram was placed. They didn’t want the conclusion of the issue…They divide people on the basis of caste, religion and beliefs.”

COVID-19 main focus, says Adityanath

The UP CM stressed that the main focus of the event is on COVID-19 and added that only those who are invited should come to the venue. “All devotees want to come but PM will represent all of them,” Adityanath added.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath reviewed the preparations ahead of groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Temple

UP CM Yogi Adityanath reviewed the preparations ahead of groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Temple  |  Photo Credit: IANS

Ayodhya: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Monday, asked people to light earthen lamps on August 4-5 to celebrate the historic moment of the groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Temple in Ayodhya. After reviewing the preparations at the venue, Adityanath said that containing the spread of COVID-19 remains the top priority of the government and added that PM Modi will represent all the devotees on the occasion. 

“To witness this historic moment, it’s essential that we light earthen lamps at our homes on 4th & 5th August, religious leaders decorate temples, organise ‘deepotsav‘ and ‘Akhand Ramayan Path‘ at temples, and remember their ancestors who sacrificed themselves for Ram Temple,” he said.

Slamming the Congress party, Adityanath said, “…Congress should look in its past. They didn’t want that foundation stone is laid where Lord Ram was placed. They didn’t want the conclusion of the issue…They divide people on the basis of caste, religion and beliefs.”

COVID-19 main focus, says Adityanath

The UP CM stressed that the main focus of the event is on COVID-19 and added that only those who are invited should come to the venue. “All devotees want to come but PM will represent all of them,” Adityanath added.

CM also offered prayer at Hanuman Garhi temple. Around 175 to 200 people are expected to attend the groundbreaking event of Ram Temple on August 5. Champat Rai, general secretary, Ram Janmabhoomi Trust told Times Now that the authorities have printed the invitation cards and each card will have a security code, which will work only once. Electronic devices and bags will not be allowed during the event. 

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