Ram temple hopes to have an office in the Grand Kailash of Delhi | India News
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For the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, he will have his office in the town of Grand Kailash in Delhi, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.
In a notification, the ministry also said that, according to the instructions of the Supreme Court, the Uttar Pradesh government has already issued the award letter of a five-acre plot to the Sunni Central Waqf Board for the construction of a mosque.
While issuing his sentence in the case of a dispute over the title of Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid on November 9 of last year, the apex court had said that the trust should be formed within three months for the construction of the temple at the site where Many Hindus believe that Lord Ram was born.
The Supreme Court also ordered that the five-acre land be handed over to the Sunni Central Waqf Board in Ayodhya at an alternative site.
The notification says that a trust called “Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra” has been registered at its registered office at R-20, Greater Kailash Part-1, New Delhi, 110048.
Previously, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced in the Lok Sabha that the Union Cabinet had given its approval for the constitution of the trust for the construction of the Ram temple.
The trust will have 15 members, including a member of the Dalit community, said Union Interior Minister Amit Shah.
The ministry said that the Acquisition of a certain area in the Ayodhya Act of 1993 entered into force on January 7, 1993, and the division commissioner of the Ayodhya Division of Uttar Pradesh was designated as the person authorized to secure possession of the area and Your administration
In compliance with the instructions of the Supreme Court of November 9, 2019, the government of India approved a scheme that has taken the necessary provisions regarding the operation of the trust, according to the notification.
The provisions include matters related to the administration of the trust, the powers of the trustees, including the construction of the temple, and all necessary, incidental and complementary matters, he said, adding that the scheme was approved in order number “71011 / 02 / 2019- AY “dated February 5.
The ministry said that in compliance with the instructions of the apex court, possession of the inner and outer courtyards of the disputed site will be handed over to the trust.
The Center is free to make adequate provisions with respect to the rest of the acquired lands by giving them to the trust for management and development in terms of the scheme framed by the central government, according to the instructions of the Supreme Court, he said.
The Center, after consulting with the Uttar Pradesh government, decided to allocate an adequate five-acre land to the Sunni Waqf Central Board in a prominent place in Ayodhya, outside the land acquired under the Law, the ministry said.
This has been done taking into account past community disturbances, possible scenarios related to law and order and concerns related to community harmony and security, he said.
The large number of pilgrims who visit the lands acquired under the Law throughout the year and taking into account the essential comforts that would be needed to provide the increase in the number of pilgrims who will visit the temple around the world in the future. have also been considered he said
The letter of allocation of five acres of land in Ayodhya to the Sunni Central Waqf Board has been issued by the Uttar Pradesh government, vide, “GO No. 61 GI / 6-Sanipra-2020- 200 (14) / 2019 TC” , dated February 5, said the ministry.
Therefore, in the exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (1) of section 6 of the Acquisition of certain areas in the Ayodhya Act, 1993 and in compliance with the Supreme Court ruling, the Center mandates that all rights, titles and interests in relation to the entire area acquired under the Law, including the inner and outer courtyards of the disputed site, will be deposited in confidence, said the Interior Ministry.