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President of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra trust, Nitya Gopal Das on July 01 said that they have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to visit Ayodhya and inaugurate the construction activities of Ram temple. "We'll ensure that there is no crowding," he added.
Following the relaxations in the COVID-19 lockdown, Hanumangarhi Temple in Ayodhya is preparing to reopen from Monday in accordance with the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by Union Home Ministry to prevent coronavirus spread. Mahant Kamal Nayan Das Ji Maharaj said that arrangements have been made at the religious site. Various measures have also been taken to ensure that social distancing is maintained by the devotees throughout their visit. As per some of the guidelines, prasad distribution or a sprinkling of holy water, will not be allowed inside religious places.
Ayodhya's Ram Janmabhoomi temple has decided to reopen its gate for devotees from June 08, under the guidelines of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). Recently 'Ram Lalla' idol was shifted to makeshift temple in Ram Janmabhoomi premises.To ensure the safety of the people from coronavirus infection, the authorities of temple has dismissed all kind of offerings."Only five people are allowed to enter in the temple at a time, no offerings were allowed in the temple," said the priest, Acharya Satyendra Das. MHA has permitted to reopen the religious place from June 08 across the nation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 3 visited the Hall of Fame Museum which is run by Indian Army in Leh. He paid tribute to soldiers killed in action during Galwan Valley clash. PM Modi made a surprise visit to Ladakh to meet the soldiers in Leh amid the ongoing border tensions with China. Hall of Fame Museum was established in Leh to showcase valour, sacrifice and achievements of Indian Army in various operations in the region.