Madi municipality to allotted land for Ayodhya Dham

Madi municipality to allotted land for Ayodhya Dham
Madi municipality to allotted land for Ayodhya Dham

Madi municipality to allotted land for Ayodhya Dham

The Madi Municipality has allotted land for Ayodhya Dham for construction. The executive meeting held on Tuesday has allotted 100 bighas of land for the construction of Ayodhya Dham.

Mayor Thakur Prasad Dhakal has said that: “100 bighas of land of the current Ayodhyapuri Park has allotted for the construction of Ayodhyapuridham on the border of Ward Nos”.

He said that if there is any problem in the land due to technical or other reasons. About 50 bighas of land can be used in South Ayodhyapuri of Ward No. 8.

Similarly, it has been decided to arrange land in Pandavanagar of Ward No. 1, Devendrapur South Shanimandir area of ​​Ward No. 7 and Ganesh Kunj of Ward No. 9, Dhakal said.

Stating that a master plan has prepared for the construction of Ayodhya Dham, he said that the preparation of DPR and detailed project report will move ahead soon.

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

“As per the directive of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, the municipality is continuing the work of facilitation and management for the construction of Ayodhya,” he said. He said that the government should provide a budget to speed up the work. Deputy Chief of Madi Municipality Tara Kumari Kazi Mahato has also stated that all the locals are ready to provide private lands.

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said in a program organized on the occasion of Bhanu Jayanti that. There was evidence of the birth of Lord Ram Madi in Ayodhya, Nepal. After meeting the people’s representative of Madi, Prime Minister Oli had instructed to start the construction of Ayodhya Dham.

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