Uma Bharti will remain in Ayodhya but will not join Bhoomi Poojan

Uma Bharti will remain in Ayodhya but will not join Bhoomi Poojan, the decision taken due to Coronavirus Pandemic.

BJP’s national vice-president Uma Bharti said on Monday that she would visit Ayodhya, but would not attend the ‘Bhoomi Pujan’ ceremony of the Ram temple in view of rising cases of coronavirus.

She has said that she will visit the site after the official ceremony. He himself has informed about this by tweeting. Please tell that on 5 August, Bhoomi Poojan of Ram temple is going to happen in Ayodhya.

Uma Bharti tweeted about not attending the Ayodhya Bhoomipujan ceremony. He expressed concern over Amit Shah and some Uttar Pradesh BJP leaders being Corona positive.

Keeping in mind the Corona infection, Uma Bharti will be present in Ayodhya but will not attend the Bhoomipujan program. He said that keeping in mind the physical distance, Bhoomi will visit Ramlala after worship.

He said that he has informed this to senior officials of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas and PMO in Ayodhya to separate my name from the list of the group present during the foundation stone program of Narendra Modi.

Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to do the land worship of Ram temple in Ayodhya on 5 August. Construction of the Ram temple will begin after this.

The Chief Minister of several states, Union Cabinet Minister and RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat are also expected to attend the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony. Former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani and former BJP President Murli Manohar Joshi will be involved in the Bhoomipujan program of Ram Mandir through video conferencing.

Sriram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust has invited the two leaders to the Bhoomipujan program, but due to age and health reasons, they will not attend the program.

Every effort is being made to make Bhoomipujan historical for the construction of a temple on his birthplace in accordance with the dignity of Lord Rama. In this episode, it is planned to ensure the representation of all the sects associated with Hinduism in the ceremony.

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