RAM Mandir Bhumi Pujan: 3 security forces put on high alert on UP-Nepal border

AHEAD of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ayodhya to lay the foundation stone for the cherished grand Ram Temple on Thursday, August 5, Uttar Pradesh police and Sashastra Seema Bal on receipt of inputs are on high alert in the districts bordering Nepal. Orders have been issued to other security agencies such as Indo-Nepal Border Police, Local Intelligence Unit and other intelligence agencies to remain alert. Patrolling of public places such as hotels, rail and bus stations has also been intensified, officials added. The porous border with Nepal is a great challenge for security forces. Lord Ram’s devotees though would not be reaching Ayodhya due to pandemic but they are sending soil, holy water from their respective places to be used during Ram Temple ground-breaking rituals. Lord Ram’s images, 3D portraits of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be beamed across the giant billboards in the iconic Times Square to celebrate the ground-breaking ceremony of Ram Mandir. The organisers describe the commemoration as one-of-a-kind and historic events. The foundation stone of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will be laid by PM Modi in the presence of other BJP veterans. Prominent community leader and President of the American India Public Affairs Committee Jagdish Sewhani on Wednesday said that arrangements are being made to celebrate the historic moment in New York on August 5, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to lay the foundation stone for construction of the Ram Temple. Beginning from 8 AM on August 5 till 10 PM, images of the words ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in Hindi and English, Lord Ram’s portraits and videos, 3D portraits of the temple’s design and architecture as well as pictures of the laying of the foundation stone will be displayed across several billboards, which are among the most striking and popular features of Times Square, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. At Ayodhya, illumination has been arranged to celebrate the historic occasion. Around 1.25 lakh diyas were ordered for the highly anticipated ceremony.

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