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More than 5 people will not be allowed to gather in Ayodhya: DIG

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More than 5 people will not be allowed to gather in Ayodhya: DIG

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Ayodhya DIG, Deepak Kumar on August 02 said that on foundation stone-laying ceremony of Ram Temple, not more than 5 people allowed to gather.

"A protocol would be followed for the security of PM Modi during his visit to Ayodhya.

COVID-19 protocol has also been followed.

COVID warriors will also be deployed.

More than 5 people will not be allowed to gather.

Shops would be open in the city," said DIG.


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