On reaching Ayodhya on August 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will first pay obeisance at Hanumangarhi. Mahant Raju Das, the chief priest of Hanumangarhi said that PM Modi will first visit Hanumangarhi. Special arrangements will be made for them here.
Mahant Rajudas said that in the schedule of PM, 7 minutes time has been given in Hanumangarhi. This includes the arrival and departure of the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister will take about 3 minutes to worship. According to sources, PM Modi will reach Ayodhya at 11- 11:15 am on August 5. They will stay here for about three hours. PM will leave from Ayodhya at around 2 pm.
SPG team reached Hanumangarhi
Meanwhile, preparations have started in Hanumangarhi. SPG’s team and administrative officials have reached Hanumangarhi and are taking stock of security preparations here. In Hanumangarhi, PM Modi will revolve around Hanuman ji and then leave for Ram temple.
Let us know that a small platform is being made for PM Modi at the venue. Only 5 people will be present on this platform. These include PM Narendra Modi himself, CM Yogi Adityanath, UP Governor Anandiben Patel, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and Mandir Trust President Mahant Nritya Gopal Das.
Lord Ram’s Kodanda statue will be presented
During the Ayodhya Yatra, Prime Minister Modi will be presented with a rare one and a half feet Kodand Ram made of wood and a one foot lav-kush statue. Actually, Lord Shri Ram’s bow is known as Kodanda. When he reached South India in search of Sitaji, he had a bow in his hand at that time.