Ayodhya: Newfound efforts are underway once again for the construction of massive Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. This Wednesday nearly 3 truckload of stones from Rajasthan were delivered to the construction site here. Previously on June 19, 2017, two truckloads of stones were delivered.
These truckloads of stones are being kept in Karsevak Puram in Ayodhya. The location also serves as a workshop of VHP. The stones are being carved in the workshops. Two years ago in December 2015 two truckloads of stones were delivered here but the then Samajwadi government had banned more stone deliveries to the location. The government had refused to give them commercial tax form 39. But now that there is a BJP chief minister in the center as well as in UP, there is no one to stop the stone deliveries.
Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, head of Ram Janm Bhoomi Nyas Trust, has declared that the construction of Ram Mandir would certainly be started before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He added that all legal roadblocks in the way of construction would be dealt with one by one, but the construction would certainly begin before the declared due date.
Triloki Nath Pande, a central figure in VHP, the organisation that has been leading the movement to have Ram Mandir constructed, said that preparations for the construction are going on in full force and more than 100 truckloads of stones are yet to be delivered. These stones are being brought from Rajasthan. The fresh deliveries have stirred the environment in political corridors.
VHP has taken the responsibility of having these stones carved in the workshop.
Sharad Sharma, VHP leader and media incharge, said that SP government had put a ban on stone deliveries despite the fact that all paperwork was in order. Now we have resumed stone deliveries in BJP government and soon the contruction of Mandir will also begin.
Translated from Inquilab