UP News: On Saturday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath made a visit to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex in Ayodhya to evaluate the current building work. According to government officials, he also stopped at the Hanumangarhi shrine to offer prayers.
The chief minister also examined the status of the construction and inquired about the wellbeing of the workers during his visit. Officials from the Ram Janmabhoomi foundation as well as other people were present at the visit.
Construction expected to be completed by January
The Ram temple’s construction is expected to be completed by January of the following year, as planned.
Adityanath had conversations on the ongoing city development initiatives with representatives of the government. During the CM’s visit, there were also local public representatives in attendance.
State paying top attention to construction of Ram Temple
Along with investment initiatives worth over ₹32,000 crore that the State and Union governments simultaneously began for the city of Ayodhya, the State administration is paying top attention to the construction of the Ram Temple.