Ayodhya is being sanitized before PM's Bhoomi Poojan program, meeting with several agencies regarding security | The clothes worn by Ramlala till 5 August were given to the chief priest; 5 will wear yellow, green or saffron colored clothes

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On Sunday before the Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan, Pandit Kalki Ram, President of Ramdal Seva Trust handed over the clothes prepared for Ramlala to the chief priest Satyendra Das.

  • On August 5, PM Modi will perform Bhoomi Poojan for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, the administration is busy in preparations
  • DIG Deepak Kumar said that on August 5, five people will not be allowed to gather together

Bhumipujan of Ram Janmabhoomi temple i.e. clothes worn to Ramlala till 5 August has been handed over to Satyendra Das, the chief priest of the temple. Pandit Kalki Ram, president of Ramdal Seva Trust, gave these clothes to Satyendra Das on Sunday. Satyendra Das said that on the day of Bhoomi Pujan, Ramlala will be dressed in yellow, green or saffron colored clothes.

Cleanliness drive before Bhumi Pujan

Prior to Bhumi Pujan, a cleanliness campaign is being conducted in Ayodhya. Apart from Ram Mandir, markets, residential areas are being sanitized. Every protocol is being followed for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit. The administration has a full focus on coronaviruses. SPG, who is posted under PM's security, has reached Ayodhya, which is monitoring the security.

DIG Deepak Kumar told that a meeting has been held with various agencies regarding the security of Prime Minister Modi. Due to Corona, more than 5 people will not be allowed to gather at one place in Ayodhya on 5 August.

Kovid Help Desk was created
Kovid help desk has also been created. Thermal scanners, thermometers, pulse-oximeters are placed here. Health workers will monitor people's health. Evimectin tablet is also placed, which is antiviral. Along with thermal screening of the people coming to Bhoomipujan, their pulse and oxygen level will also be checked.

Entry of outsiders banned after August 3

After August 3, entry of outsiders in Ayodhya will be banned. From now on, police forces have been deployed at all barriers, fronts and border posts. External vehicles and roadways buses are also being checked. Identity cards of passengers are also being seen. Ayodhya City Circle is also being investigated for those who have been admitted.


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