Ayodhya’s Ram Temple construction stopped as report of strength of temple pillars yet to come from IIT Chennai

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Ayodhya, October 31: The process of constructing the grand and divine Ram temple is going on. The second day meeting of Shri Ram Mandir Construction Committee was held on Saturday with the official of the Larsen and Toubro (L&T), the construction company of Ram mandir in Ayodhya.

There was intense churning regarding the age of the temple. Under the leadership of Shri Ram Mandir Construction Committee head Nripendra Mishra, a meeting with the engineers was going on for two days.

The decision taken in the meeting has been kept confidential. However, sources are quoting from the news that the Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust wants a written guarantee from the L&T, the age of the Ram temple.

The Trust had earlier also said that the temple would be constructed so that it should be up to 1000 years old. The L&T officials are in dire straits after asking for guarantees.

The chairman of the construction committee reached Ayodhya and held a meeting with L&T officials.

Officers of Tata Consulting Engineers Limited also attended the meeting. After Tata’s engineers are involved in the construction committee meeting, there are speculations that Tata Consulting Engineers can be sought in the construction of Ram temple.

Trust member Anil Mishra said that Tata Consulting engineers have made their point and given a presentation. Efforts are being made to understand their point.

However, no one declined to say what the internal decisions were taken in the meeting. But sources are quoting from the news that the work on construction of Ram temple has been stopped recently.

However, members of the trust present at Friday’s meeting had told that the report of the strength of testing pillars made by IIT Chennai has not yet come. That report is awaited.

Nripendra Mishra, Chairman of Ram Mandir Construction Committee, Champat Rai, General Secretary of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust, Treasurer Govind Dev Giri Maharaj and member Anil Mishra along with others attended the meeting.

It is believed that as soon as the test pillar report passes, the work of all the 1200 pillars will catch up fast. At present, the report of the meeting has been kept confidential.