'Ram Mandir Trust's Dalit Inclusion Strengthens Social Harmony': Rajnath Singh

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After PM Modi announced the constitution of Ram Temple trust Rajnath Singh took to Twitter and hailed his decision of including Dalit members as trustees.

Written By Rishabh Mishra | Mumbai | Updated On:
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After PM Modi announced the constitution of Ram Temple trust, on Wednesday, the Union Minister of Defence, Rajnath Singh took to Twitter and hailed his decision of including Dalit members as trustees. He reiterated that this move by PM Modi will strengthen the social harmony within the country. The trust announced by PM Modi is known as 'Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra'. 

Rajnath Singh on PM Modi’s announcement 

Taking to Twitter, Singh wrote in Hindi, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has honoured the spirits of crores of citizens of this country by announcing the formation of Ram Temple Trust. With the representation of Dalit community in the trust, social harmony has been strengthened. I heartily congratulate the Prime Minister for this decision." 

Read: Rahul Gandhi evades questions on Modi government forming Ayodhya Ram Mandir trust

PM Modi's announcement in Lok Sabha 

PM Modi said, "We have readied a scheme for the development of Ram Temple in Ayodhya. A trust has been formed, it is called 'Sri Ram Janambhoomi Tirath Kshetra.' As per the directions of the Supreme Court, the Cabinet has prepared a detailed plan for the construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya. As per the direction of the top Court, a proposal for Ram JanmBhoomi Tirath Kshetra has been passed by the Cabinet."  

Read: Yogi brings Ayodhya angle to Delhi polls, promises 'magnificent Ram Mandir in 3 months'  

Here's everything that PM Modi announced:   

  • The trust formed by the Centre will deal with the construction of Ram Temple and issues related to it, independently.   
  • The Uttar Pradesh government has given its approval to provide 5 acres of land for the Sunni Waqf Board, as per the instructions of the Supreme Court.   
  • Pertaining to the 'large number' of pilgrims expected to visit the holy site, the government decided the authorised land, that is around 67.703 acres and comprises of an inside and outside courtyard, will be transferred to the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra. 

Read: 'Instead of Ayodhya, Uddhav should go for Hajj Yatra with Rahul Gandhi': BJP

Read: "Work On Grand Ram Temple In Ayodhya Within 4 Months": Amit Shah in Jharkhand

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