Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attending the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony to be held on August 5 for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. In view of this, the administration in Ayodhya is following all the protocols. The first protocol is about the corona virus, on which the administration is completely focused.
DIG Deepak Kumar told that a meeting has been held with all agencies regarding the security of the Prime Minister. There is complete preparation. All safety standards are being met. Under the Kovid protocol, no more than 5 people will be allowed to gather together in Ayodhya on 5 August.
Deepak Kumar told that security arrangements are being made for all the VVIPs or all the invited guests. We are completely round about security. All the people of Ayodhya will be given full security, whether they are guests, VVIPs.
Tight security arrangements are being made in Ayodhya. In view of Prime Minister Modi’s visit on August 5, there is a preparation to seal Ayodhya from all sides. Arrangements made in the past are being monitored on all the entry routes in Faizabad city including Ayodhya. No one will be allowed to enter Ayodhya before the eve of the main event of Bhumi Pujan.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had appealed not to rush during the Bhoomi Poojan program to be held in Ayodhya on August 5 in view of the corona virus epidemic. The state government wants to complete this big event by following the rules regarding Kovid-19. That is why the Chief Minister has made this appeal keeping in mind Kovid-19 and security reasons during the Bhoomi Pujan.