The work force has been tripled and the work hours know no end. With such commitment, the construction work for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya has gathered pace in recent weeks with the management reportedly increasing the number of workers to 1,600 from 550.
The recent changes have been made eying January 2024, the deadline to open the temple for the devotees.
Complex Ground 0f Ram temple:
As reported by The Indian Express, flooring and electrical works needs to be done on the complex ground floor housing the sanctum sanctorum (Garbha griha) where Lord Ram’s idol will be installed during a grand function to mark the ‘pran prathistha’ (consecration ceremony of the deity) in January next year.
“Right now, our priority is to complete the ground floor by December and make it ready for ‘pran pratistha.’ Although, the key structures, including slabs and pillars will be completed by January but the entry will not be allowed on the first floor till March 2024,” Jagdish Aphale, Project Manager of the Shri Ram janmbhoomi Trust Kshetra – trust set up by the Centre to build Ram Temple – told The Indian Express.
Work being done round-the-clock on ram temple:
He also revealed that the construction work has picked up pace as it is being done round-the-clock and nearly 1,200 workers including engineers, supervising staff and daily wages from outside Ayodhya are working extensively in the complex.
With inputs from The Indian Express:
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