Ram Janmabhoomi Trust received Fd from 500 Crores, Trust opened account to undertake surrender in foreign currency

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Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Fri June 11, 2021 9:37 PM IST

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The Ramjanmabhoomi Trust has received an FD of five hundred crores in the Ayodhya branch of the State Bank of India from the surrender fund received for the construction of Ramlala’s temple.

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The Ramjanmabhoomi Trust has received an FD of five hundred crores in the Ayodhya branch of the State Bank of India from the surrender fund received for the construction of Ramlala’s temple. It is deposited with the bank as a permanent fund. At the same time, the trust has also started preparations for the handover in foreign currency. In connection with this, the Trust has opened an account with the State Bank of India branch in New Delhi. Regarding the FD of Rs 500 in the Ayodhya branch of the state bank, trustee Dr. Anil Mishra that the permanent fund was created on the advice of experienced auditors. It is known that the foundation raised the donation fund through a 42-day campaign from January 14th Makar Sankranti to February 27th Maghi Purnima across the country for the construction of the Ram Temple. The official dates of this compilation have not yet been published. Trust Secretary General Champat Rai said the real situation will not be clear until the audit is complete. Nonetheless, it is believed that donations of more than four thousand crores were made in the dedication campaign.

Meanwhile, the Ramjanmabhoomi Trust has started preparations to obtain surrender in foreign currency. The Trust has opened an account in a branch of the State Bank of India in New Delhi. Since the account at the state bank was mandatory for withdrawals in foreign currency, the account was opened. This account is held with the signatures of any two secretaries-general of the Trust, Mahant Govind Giri and other trustees, Dr. Anil Mishra, led. At the same time, the account located in Ayodhya is confirmed by the joint signature of any two trustees and Ayodhya King Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra and Dr. Anil Mishra operated alongside the Secretary General of the Trust.

Sangh’s Sir Action saw the progress of the temple construction
Ayodhya. Sir Karyawah Dattatreya Hasbole of Sangh inspected ongoing construction of the Ram Temple in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex on Friday. Before that, he visited the Ramlala court. The Secretary General of the Trust, Champat Rai, briefed Sir Karyavah on the progress of the temple construction. Hasbole came to Ayodhya to attend a four-day training course. The Sangh’s training course ended on Friday. He then visited the Ram Temple Complex and saw the progress of the work in progress to build the Ram Temple.

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The Ramjanmabhoomi Trust has received an FD of five hundred crores in the Ayodhya branch of the State Bank of India from the surrender fund received for the construction of Ramlala’s temple. It is deposited with the bank as a permanent fund. At the same time, the trust has also started preparations for the handover in foreign currency. In connection with this, the Trust has opened an account with the State Bank of India branch in New Delhi.

Regarding the FD of Rs 500 in the Ayodhya branch of the state bank, trustee Dr. Anil Mishra that the permanent fund was created on the advice of experienced auditors. It is known that the foundation raised the donation fund through a 42-day campaign from January 14th Makar Sankranti to February 27th Maghi Purnima across the country for the construction of the Ram Temple. The official dates of this compilation have not yet been published. Trust Secretary General Champat Rai said the real situation will not be clear until the audit is complete. Nonetheless, it is believed that donations of more than four thousand crores were made in the dedication campaign.

Meanwhile, the Ramjanmabhoomi Trust has started preparations to obtain surrender in foreign currency. The Trust has opened an account in a branch of the State Bank of India in New Delhi. Since the account at the state bank was mandatory for withdrawals in foreign currency, the account was opened. This account is held with the signatures of any two secretaries-general of the Trust, Mahant Govind Giri and other trustees, Dr. Anil Mishra, led. At the same time, the account located in Ayodhya is confirmed by the joint signature of any two trustees and Ayodhya King Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra and Dr. Anil Mishra operated alongside the Secretary General of the Trust.

Sanghs Sir Carewah saw the progress of the temple construction

Ayodhya. Sir Karyawah Dattatreya Hasbole of Sangh inspected ongoing construction of the Ram Temple in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex on Friday. Before that, he visited the Ramlala court. The Secretary General of the Trust, Champat Rai, briefed Sir Karyavah on the progress of the temple construction. Hasbole came to Ayodhya to attend a four-day training course. The Sangh’s training course ended on Friday. He then visited the Ram Temple Complex and saw the progress of the work in progress to build the Ram Temple.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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