Ph-1 construction over, Ram mandir to open before 2024 LS elections

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AYODHYA: With the rollout of the 48th layer of compact concrete, raising the foundation of the Ram Mandir to 107m above sea level, the fortified Ramjanmabhoomi premises was showcased for the first time on Thursday by the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, which declared completion of the first phase of construction, reports Arshad Afzaal Khan.
Trust officials confirmed that with a robust foundation in place, the temple’s sanctum sanctorum will be thrown open to pilgrims by December 2023, just months ahead of the Lok Sabha polls.
Despite the design hanging for several months, India’s best tech brains took over a year to hammer out the final foundation blueprint after PM Modi performed the ‘bhoomipujan’ on August 5 last year.

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