Ayodhya, 24 May: The Uttar Pradesh government, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has stepped up preparations for the big Ram Temple in Ayodhya’s inauguration in the first week of January next year.

The airport and railway station in Ayodhya are being extended, while construction on Ram Path, a 13-kilometer route connecting Sahadatganj and Naya Ghat, is underway.

In addition, the blueprint for the Ramjanaki Path and Bhakti Path is complete. These corridors are crucial because they will let worshippers go to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi and Hanuman Garhi Temple. These lanes will be 566 and 700 metres long, respectively. Along these routes, several sorts of municipal facilities will be built.

The Ramjanmabhoomi Path will be 30 metres wide, while the Bhakti Path will be 14 metres wide. The State Government has devised a strategy to address the different issues encountered during the building of these roads.

The Yogi government is committed to make Ayodhya the world’s most beautiful city. As the Shri Ram Temple nears completion, CM Yogi is urging people to attend the Temple on the occasion of its opening everywhere he goes.

CM Yogi is also evaluating the building progress on a regular basis. According to the CM’s intention, construction of the temple and provision of infrastructure in Ayodhya is underway on a war footing.

Rampath, Ramjanaki path, and Bhaktipath will become effective means of transporting devotees to their places of worship. The roadways will be free of waterlogging. The State Government is making every effort to make the Temple’s inauguration a magnificent and memorable event.

To address the issues posed by road development, the district magistrate holds frequent meetings with shop owners and residents. It is worth noting that Revenue teams and PWD engineers did door-to-door surveys and maintained constant contact with shops.

After analysing the properties, compensation was also granted. Aside from that, plans are being developed for their rehabilitation. The Yogi government has done outstanding work in road building. All of the sale deeds were finalised in less than two months.

Supporting the Yogi government’s desire to build Ayodhya, all merchants committed their businesses to the construction of great temples and infrastructural amenities. Furthermore, there has been no allegation of impropriety in the allocation of compensation in this project.

Those that were evicted were given businesses in freshly built complexes. With the owners’ agreement, the majority of the merchants were also restored at their previous locations.