To stop the leakage of water, granite stones are built into the foundation

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Ayodhya. The two-day meeting of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee began on Wednesday. Prior to this, Ram Mandir Nirman Samiti’s chairman, Nripendra Mishra, visited the Ramjanmabhoomi complex and inspected the foundation filling work being carried out there.
After the inspection and discussion of construction progress with the trust’s officials and technical experts in the county hall in the afternoon, future plans were also discussed.
In addition to discussing the strength of the foundation at the meeting, it was decided to use granite stones to prevent water from entering the foundation.
Earlier, Temple Building Committee Chairman Nripendra Mishra arrived at the Ramjanmabhoomi Complex at around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Together with the trust officials, he inspected the ongoing foundation filling work for the construction of the temple.
The engineers of the work organization L&T and Tata Consultancy gave Nripendra extensive information about the filling of the foundation. Thereafter, the President of the Temple Committee held an approximately two-hour meeting with the trustees and technical experts from the Vishwamishra Ashram located on the premises.
The session then began again at 3 p.m. in the Circuit House. The engineers involved in the meeting presented complete information on the progress of the temple construction through a projector in front of Nripendra Mishra.
It was decided to use Lalitpur granite stones after the foundation was filled to stop water from leaking into the foundation. So that the foundation does not weaken. There were also discussions about the start of stone deliveries. The cornerstones will come first.
During the meeting, the graphic of the plan for the future construction work was also drawn up. Nripendra Mishra directed the construction work to be carried out in view of the weather and to complete the foundation filling work in the allotted time.
The temple building committee is also due to meet in two sessions on Thursday. In this meeting, besides the construction of the temple, other projects, in particular the construction of the park, will be discussed.
The meeting was attended by Trust General Secretary Champat Rai, Trustee Dr. Anil Mishra, Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra, Ashish Sompura from Sompura Construction, Nikhil Sompura and other technical experts attended.
After the corruption allegations in the land purchase process against the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the temple building committee, came to the investigation for the first time.
According to information from the sources, the question of land purchase was also discussed at the meeting, but this could not be officially confirmed. The meeting, which started around 3 p.m. at the Circuit House, lasted two hours.
After the meeting, the Secretary General of the Trust, Champat Rai, kept his distance from the media and immediately left the meeting place. Meanwhile, trustee Dr. Anil Mishra informed that on the first day of the two-day meeting only the construction progress of the temple was checked.
He said that 15 layers of the Ram Temple foundation have been prepared, and work to build the 16th layer is in progress. Talks were held to ensure that work continued during the rainy season.
The aim of the foundation is to complete the foundation filling work by October. The laying of the stones is to begin in November.

Ayodhya. The two-day meeting of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee began on Wednesday. Prior to this, Ram Mandir Nirman Samiti’s chairman, Nripendra Mishra, visited the Ramjanmabhoomi complex and inspected the foundation filling work being carried out there.

After the inspection and discussion of construction progress with the trust’s officials and technical experts in the county hall in the afternoon, future plans were also discussed.

In addition to discussing the strength of the foundation at the meeting, it was decided to use granite stones to prevent water from entering the foundation.

Earlier, Temple Building Committee Chairman Nripendra Mishra arrived at the Ramjanmabhoomi Complex at around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Together with the trust officials, he inspected the ongoing foundation filling work for the construction of the temple.

The engineers of the work organization L&T and Tata Consultancy gave Nripendra extensive information about the filling of the foundation. Thereafter, the President of the Temple Committee held an approximately two-hour meeting with the trustees and technical experts from the Vishwamishra Ashram located on the premises.

The session then began again at 3 p.m. in the Circuit House. The engineers involved in the meeting presented complete information on the progress of the temple construction through a projector in front of Nripendra Mishra.

It was decided to use Lalitpur granite stones after the foundation was filled to stop water from leaking into the foundation. So that the foundation does not weaken. There were also discussions about the start of stone deliveries. The cornerstones will come first.

During the meeting, the graphic of the plan for the future construction work was also drawn up. Nripendra Mishra directed the construction work to be carried out in view of the weather and to complete the foundation filling work in the allotted time.

The temple building committee is also due to meet in two sessions on Thursday. In this meeting, besides the construction of the temple, other projects, in particular the construction of the park, will be discussed.

The meeting was attended by Trust General Secretary Champat Rai, Trustee Dr. Anil Mishra, Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra, Ashish Sompura from Sompura Construction, Nikhil Sompura and other technical experts attended.

After allegations of corruption in the land purchase process against Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the temple building committee, has come to the investigation for the first time.

According to information from the sources, the question of land purchase was also discussed at the meeting, but this could not be officially confirmed. The meeting, which started around 3 p.m. at the Circuit House, lasted two hours.

After the meeting, the Secretary General of the Trust, Champat Rai, kept his distance from the media and immediately left the meeting place. Meanwhile, trustee Dr. Anil Mishra informed that on the first day of the two-day meeting only the construction progress of the temple was checked.

He said that 15 layers of the Ram Temple foundation have been prepared, and work to build the 16th layer is in progress. Talks were held to ensure that work continued during the rainy season.

The aim of the foundation is to complete the foundation filling work by October. The laying of the stones is to begin in November.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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