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Mobiles will not be allowed inside Ram Mandir, decision taken in trust meeting

The Ram Mandir Trust in Ayodhya has completely banned carrying mobile phones inside the temple premises. This ban was already applicable for the general public, but now this rule will be applicable to everyone, young or old. The Ram Mandir Trust has appealed to the people for support.

Mobiles have been completely banned in the Ram Mandir premises in Ayodhya. This important decision was taken in the Ram Mandir Trust meeting on Saturday. There was already a ban on common people carrying mobiles in the temple, but now VIPs and VVIPs have also been banned from carrying mobiles.

In a meeting of the Ram Mandir Trust officials with the IG and Commissioner, a decision was taken to completely ban mobile phones. Trustee of the Trust Anil Mishra said that this decision has been taken keeping security in mind. All visitors are requested to follow this arrangement and cooperate so that no one faces any inconvenience.

Adequate storage facility for mobile phones

Mishra said that there is adequate arrangement to keep the mobile phones of the devotees visiting Ram Mandir. People can keep their mobile phones as well as other valuables. In such a situation, people should take advantage of these facilities and cooperate with the trust in maintaining better arrangements in the temple premises. Devotees can take advantage of the locker facility, they can keep their mobile phones as well as currency notes and other valuables in it and then visit the temple.

Appeal to carry minimum luggage

The trust has appealed to the devotees to carry minimum luggage with them. If you carry more luggage then it will take time for checking and scanning and others may also have to face problems. In such a situation, if you are staying in a hotel, then try to keep most of the luggage there and go to visit the temple.

The consecration of the temple took place on 22 January

The newly built Ram Mandir in Ayodhya was consecrated by PM Modi on 22 January this year. Since the consecration, a huge crowd has been visiting Ayodhya every day. Since the consecration, several lakh people have visited the temple so far. The construction of the temple has not been completed yet. In March, a statement by Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the Ram Mandir Nirman Samiti, came to light.

Nripendra Mishra had said that our effort is to complete the construction of Ram temple by 30 December 2024. At present, about 1,500 employees are working and more than 3,500 workers will soon be deployed to expedite the construction of two floors of the three-storey temple building.

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