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First Ram temple trust meeting today, date for start of construction to be finalised

The first meeting of the Ram temple trust are going to be persisted Wednesday. The date for the start of the Ram temple's construction is predicted to be finalised during the meeting and two prominent people, who shall be practising Hindus, also are likely to be nominated by the board of trustees with a majority resolution.

A member of 'Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra' — a trust formed by the Union government for building the temple in Ayodhya — Swami Vasudevanand Saraswati last week said that they're going to also discuss the inclusion of Ram Mandir Nyas chief Mahant Nritya Gopal Das within the trust.

Another trustee, Swami Govind Devgiri Maharaj, had earlier said that the development of Ram temple in Ayodhya will commence either on Ram Navmi or Akshaya Tritiya in April. However, official sources said that a choice are going to be taken after considering various aspects, including feasibility and opinions of other stakeholders.

The Centre had constituted an independent 15-member trust last week to oversee the development of a Ram temple in Ayodhya. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi within the Lok Sabha.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a session in Lok Sabha on February 5, announced the constitution of an independent 15-member Trust to oversee the development of Ram temple in Ayodhya, as directed by the Supreme Court in its landmark verdict within the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case in November last year.

There will be a complete of 15 members within the trust — 9 permanent and 6 nominated members – within the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust which can take decisions associated with the development of the temple. the govt has also made nine rules which can be the idea of how the trust will work.

15- the strength of trust that'll be led by K Parasaran, being mentioned as 'God's advocate'.

On November 9, 2019, the Supreme Court had approved the development of a temple at the then disputed site in Ayodhya where the 17th century Babri Masjid once stood before it had been demolished in 1992.

The Uttar Pradesh government recently identified five possible locations for the mosque, and PM Modi had said that the Centre has approved the plot.

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