Ayodhya: Work is going on at a brisk pace for the construction of the Ram temple in the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi complex in Ayodhya. In this episode, donors have donated openly for the construction of the Ram temple. A donation of Rs 3500 crore has come during the fund dedication campaign from Makar Sankranti to Ravidas Jayanti. In which 11 crore people have surrendered through coupons. In this campaign, the workers formed teams, contacted door-to-door, and collected the fund surrender amount. The most important thing is that the people of the smallest section have given their cooperation in the Ram temple.
Let us inform you that the construction of the temple is going on at a brisk pace, about 50% of the construction work of the temple platform has been completed. The plinth construction will be completed by August. The construction work of Ramlala’s sanctum has also started, now the sculpted stones of Bansi Paharpur are also reaching Ayodhya. In the midst of all this, thousands of crores of people have given their support in the fund dedication campaign run in the past without even seeing the temple of Ramlala. The lowest section of the society has also contributed ₹ 10 to the construction of the temple. The audit of all this is still going on but about Rs, 3400 crore has come for Ramlala in the fund dedication campaign in which 11 crore receipts and coupons were deducted.
Prakash Gupta, in charge of the camp office of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, told that Rs 3400 crore was received during the fund dedication campaign run for the construction of Ram temple. This donation has been collected from 11 crore people. In the construction of the Ram temple, the heroes have donated from the smallest contribution of ₹ 10 to crores of rupees. He told that 11 crores general public have donated to the construction of the temple. In the fund surrender campaign, 11 crore receipts and coupons have been cut. Prakash Gupta further told that Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust had campaigned for the construction of the temple. In which small groups went from house to house across the country.