Union Minister Kailash Chaudhary Says Rajasthan Contributed Maximum Donations For Ram Temple


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Ahmedabad

Published by: Prashant Kumar Jha
Updated Sat, 09 Oct 2021 02:19 PM IST

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The target of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust is that by 2024, the construction work of the main temple should be completed and Ramlala should be enshrined in the sanctum sanctorum. Under this, the plan for the construction of the temple has been prepared, under which the work of installing stones in the temple will start in 2022. Here Rajasthan has set a record by donating the most for the construction of the temple.

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Rajasthan has given maximum financial support in the construction of Ram temple. Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary has given this information. Addressing the Rajasthan-Gujarat Friendship Sangh program in Ahmedabad, Kailash Chaudhary said that out of the donations received so far for the construction of Ram temple, the maximum amount has come from Rajasthan. He said that Marwari community is a society which takes active part in social work. This society has contributed a lot to build the temple.

The economy would have come to a standstill if Modi was not the Prime Minister: Kailash Choudhary
During this, Union Minister of State Kailash Chaudhary also discussed with the people about the Corona period. Santosh Chaudhary said that during the Corona period, if there was another Prime Minister other than Narendra Modi, then the country’s economy would have come to a complete standstill. Union Minister Chaudhary said that PM Modi took a good decision by implementing the lockdown in March 2020. Otherwise it would have been difficult to say how many people would have died due to corona. He said that in the lockdown, the central government helped a lot to arrange necessary sanitisers and beds, oxygen in hospitals to deal with the epidemic.

Kailash Chaudhary also met agricultural scientists
During his stay in Gujarat, Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Choudhary also came to inspect the Anand Agricultural University. During this, he observed the variety of fruits, vegetables and medicinal substances planted in the university campus and the advanced technology. During this, agricultural scientists interacted with university professors and students on topics related to agriculture and farmer welfare.

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Rajasthan has given maximum financial support in the construction of Ram temple. Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary has given this information. Addressing the Rajasthan-Gujarat Friendship Sangh program in Ahmedabad, Kailash Chaudhary said that out of the donations received so far for the construction of Ram temple, the maximum amount has come from Rajasthan. He said that Marwari community is a society which takes active part in social work. This society has contributed a lot to build the temple.

The economy would have come to a standstill if Modi was not the Prime Minister: Kailash Choudhary

During this, Union Minister of State Kailash Chaudhary also discussed with the people about the Corona period. Santosh Chaudhary said that during the Corona period, if there was another Prime Minister other than Narendra Modi, then the country’s economy would have come to a complete standstill. Union Minister Chaudhary said that PM Modi took a good decision by implementing the lockdown in March 2020. Otherwise it would have been difficult to say how many people would have died due to corona. He said that in the lockdown, the central government helped a lot to arrange necessary sanitisers and beds, oxygen in hospitals to deal with the epidemic.

Kailash Chaudhary also met agricultural scientists

During his stay in Gujarat, Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Choudhary also came to inspect the Anand Agricultural University. During this, he observed the variety of fruits, vegetables and medicinal substances planted in the university campus and the advanced technology. During this, agricultural scientists interacted with university professors and students on topics related to agriculture and farmer welfare.



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