Ayodhya’s Development is Based on Characters of Lord Ram


Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra has claimed that a new Ayodhya city will be ready in a few days stating that the city is developing on the basis of characters of Lord Ram from Ramayana.

Follow a review meeting with the city administration, Mr. Mishra suggested the divisional commissioner and district magistrate of Ayodhya to install an escalator or a lift for the devotees at Hanumangarhi, to ensure easy commuting for elderly and differently-abled people.

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Additionally, administration has been instructed to install benches for the devotees on Panchkoshi Marg, Chaudah Kosi Marg routes and asked for special efforts to ensure that there is no encroachment on the roads.

“Compensation has been given to 350 affected shops, and after completing the demolition work, the civil work has been started. Apart from this, the process of demolition of the buildings situated on the acquired land for Ram Path is in progress. Against 2196 affected shopkeepers, 2130 shopkeepers have been paid resettlement and rehabilitation,” said Mr. Mishra.

“A new Ayodhya will take shape in the coming days. People from not only the country but also from abroad will come and visit Ayodhya. We have to develop Ayodhya based on the character and ideals of Lord Rama of Ramayana. For this, suggestions of experts should be taken wherever necessary,” Mr. Mishra told the officials.

The Chief Secretary of the state further instructed officials to clear the compensation of the people affected by the construction works.

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The local administration has also informed Mr. Mishra that 51 percent of Janmabhoomi Path (Sugriva Fort to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir Marg) has been completed and the remaining work is in progress, while for Bhakti Path (Shringar Haat to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir Marg), the land purchase and rehabilitation work has been completed.

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