The expenditure of Construction of Ram temple is now public, Treasurer Giriji Maharaj gave this important information

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Construction of Ram temple has started in Ayodhya. Experts are constantly churning to strengthen the foundation of the temple. Meanwhile, the treasurer of the trust has made an estimate of the cost of the temple.

Nagpur: The construction of the Ram temple complex in Ayodhya is estimated to cost about Rs 1100 crore, including the cost of the main structure and it is expected to be completed in three and a half years. This information was given by the treasurer of the trust which is overseeing the project on Monday.

Swami Govind Dev Giriji Maharaj, treasurer of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetraya Trust, said that infrastructure experts and engineers are making plans for the foundation stone of the temple.

1100 crore rupees estimated

Addressing a press conference here, he said that the construction of the main structure of the Ram temple is estimated to cost Rs 300–400 crore, while the construction of the entire complex would cost “not less than Rs 1100 crore”.

The saint said, “But all this is an assessment.” Giriji Maharaj said that the construction of the temple has started and experts from IIT Bombay, Delhi, Madras, Guwahati and experts from Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee and L&T and Tata The group’s engineers are preparing a strong base of the campus.

Tomorrow will be an important meeting

He said, “The options given for the foundation stone of the temple will be discussed in tomorrow’s meeting (of the Trust) (and the final selection will be made).”

Giriji Maharaj said, “Apart from this, we are reaching four lakh villages and 11 crore families so that all sections of the society can participate in this initiative.”

The Trust has announced a massive campaign to raise contacts and funds for the construction of the temple. A few days ago, Vidarbha Regional Office was started to raise funds. “

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