Centre is about to launch projects in Ayodhya worth Rs 5000 crore
The government is kick starting the projects which were planned in earlier 2015 for Ayodhya, just before the poll dates are announced and also at the time when the ram Mandir issue has become the national talk.
According to the sources the center had launched many of the construction projects worth rs 5,300 crore. These projects included half a dozen of highways and infrastructure in Ayodhya on Friday also including the improvement of “ 84 Kosi Parikrama Marg” and Ram Van Gagan Marg. Both of the places have religious significance for the peoples who visit the holy city in Uttar Pradesh.
Highway minster Nitin Gadkari and the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath both will lead the foundation stone for all the projects. These projects were planned earlier in 2015, the government is kick starting the project just before the poll dates are announced and also at the the time when the issue of Ram Mandir has become the national talk in complete India.
According to the plan and projects and highway ministry officials, in first phase, about 91 km’s of the 84 Kosi Parikrama Marg (250 km) will be expanded into fur lanes worth Rs 896 crore. Huge number of peoples take the route to just complete their tour around the city.
This construction will be developed as a national highway. Another Project is the construction of around 48 km expand of Ayodhya-Chitrakoot of the ram van Gagan Marg. This road is providing the connectivity to Janakpur and Nepal. As per the epic, after marriage of Ram and Sita they took this route for visiting Ayodhya from Janakpur.
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