Ram Mandir:In advance of the consecration ceremony for the Ram Mandir, which is set for January 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Ayodhya on Saturday to open the airport and the renovated railway station. “All Ram devotees, do not make up your minds to come to Ayodhya on January 22,” Prime Minister Modi pleaded.
As devotees of Ram, PM Modi pledged, “We would not like to cause any problems for Lord Ram.” You can all come starting on January 23 and stay for eternity. Ram Mandir will always be present.The Prime Minister launched the new Amrit Bharat and Vande Bharat trains as well as the renovated Ayodhya Railway Station.
Launching development projects worth over ₹15,700 crore, PM Modi also opened the airport at Ayodhya Dham Junction Railway Station.
The best quotes from PM Modi’s speech in Ayodhya are listed here.
In his speech to the public in Ayodhya, Prime Minister Modi recommended that “all the 140 crore countrymen should light Ram Jyoti in their homes on 22 January and celebrate Diwali.” He also asked people not to visit the Ram Mandir premises on January 22.
“I’d like to ask of everyone. It is the desire of all to attend the event on January 22 in Ayodhya. You are aware, though, that not everyone can attend. I thus ask all Ram devotees to visit Ayodhya whenever it is convenient for them, rather than deciding to visit on January 22nd after the official program concludes. From January 23 to all of eternity, you are all welcome. Ram Mandir is now there indefinitely, according to PM Modi.
Thankfully, this historic occasion has arrived in each of our lives. We need to take a fresh stance for the nation and energize ourselves.” Prime Minister Modi stated
According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, everyone is anticipating the momentous consecration ceremony of the Ram temple on January 22.
Today, the four crore poor people in the country have also received a Pucca house in addition to Ram Lala, who was there in a tent.Ayodhya is providing fresh impetus to the movement to make India a developed nation, he stated.
The country will advance, according to PM Modi, because of the strength of “vikas” (development) and “virasat” (heritage).
From January 14 to January 22, the Prime Minister encouraged citizens to start cleaning campaigns at temples and places of worship around the nation.
According to PM Modi, his government provided 18 crore gas connections in ten years, including 10 crore at no cost through the Ujjawala Scheme, compared to just 14 crore in five decades.
The Ujjwala Yojana, according to PM Modi, has changed the lives of millions of mothers and sisters.
The Prime Minister stated that India is embracing digital technology and enhancing its pilgrimage sites.