Karsevaks` kin to get spl invites for Ram temple consecration

  • | Sunday | 1st October, 2023

AYODHYA: The families of karsevaks who lost their lives in the Ayodhya temple movement will be invited to the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple, said Champat Rai, general secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust. Besides, representatives of famous temples and monasteries across the country and people from the fields of politics, art, sports as well as society will also be invited, reports Arshad Afzaal Khan.Representatives from Vaishno Devi, Kashi Vishwanath, Badrinath and Kedarnath and other prominent temples will be invited. The Trust is the process of collecting names of all the invitees and the selection will begin soon afterwards.Asked if political parties will also be invited, Rai said, "We will do something. Whoever comes will be Ramjis guests, but everyone cannot be accommodated on the campus of Ram temple as the space is limited."Even then we are trying to ensure that 4,000 sadhus sit inside along with around 2,500 other guests. Famous people from the fields of judiciary, sports, arts, including writers, poets, will sit inside the campus, Rai added. Asked if Rahul Gandhi can take part in the consecration ceremony, Rai said, Anyone can come for the darshan of Lord Ram. Till now, we have not selected any names. We are just collecting them. Rai added that the Trust is trying to ensure representation of the entire Nation in the consecration ceremony. When asked if people from other faiths will also be invited, Rai said, I said representation of the nation. And it includes all.

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