After the opening of Ram temple, the fate of Ayodhya will change with this plan of PM Modi. - Newztezz Online

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After the opening of Ram temple, the fate of Ayodhya will change with this plan of PM Modi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has consecrated Ram Lala in Ayodhya. Every day lakhs of devotees are reaching Ram temple for darshan. After this, now a plan of PM Modi is going to change the fate of Ayodhya.

On January 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi consecrated 'Balak Ram' in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Since then, lakhs of people are coming to Ram temple every day for darshan. With the construction of Ram temple, many infrastructure projects have started in Ayodhya and now a plan of PM Modi is going to change the fate of Ayodhya.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has planned a mega project to ease logistics in the country. It has been named PM Gatishakti. Under this scheme, a new bypass is now being built for Ayodhya.

Bypass will change the fate of Ayodhya

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry said on Friday that 67.57 km long Ayodhya bypass is being built in Uttar Pradesh. It is being developed under PM Gatishakti Yojana. This will ease the uninterrupted movement of goods in the areas around Ayodhya. There will be less crowd on the main roads of Ayodhya. This bypass will cover major districts like Lucknow, Basti and Gonda.

Trade will increase between Lucknow-Gorakhpur

Ayodhya is located between the two major economic centers of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow and Gorakhpur. Because of this, a large number of trucks carrying goods like leather, engineering goods, construction material, iron and steel pass through Ayodhya. In such a situation, on one hand the bypass will reduce the crowd in Ayodhya, while on the other hand it will improve the system of delivery of goods to the people.

Schemes under PM Gatishakti Plan are approved in the meeting of the National Planning Group (NPG). Its meeting is held every 15 days. All logistics and connectivity projects with investment of more than Rs 500 crore are approved through NPG.

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