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Ayodhya: Temporary temple of Ramlala will be equipped bulletproof

The temporary temple at Ramlala will be equipped with other security measures, including bulletproof. The Ministry of Home Affairs is constructing a temporary Ram temple of bulletproof fiber at a confidential location. There will be no bullet impact or bomb or any other attack on the temple. It is scheduled to bring it from Delhi to Ayodhya within a week from the charter plane.

The government has been spending crores of rupees every year since 6 December 1992 on the security of Ramlala. After the Supreme Court’s decision, the government handed over the entire acquired land of about 70 acres to the Autonomous Trust Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha area, along with building a grand temple of Ramlala. However, the security of Ramlala remains with the Union Home Ministry. The first round of security is handled by the police, the second PAC, and the last enclosure and sanctum sanctorum is headed by the Central Security Force, commanded level IPS officers.

According to security sources, the team of senior IAS and IPS officers in the Ministry of Home Affairs keeps reviewing the security every month since the demolition. Even after the final verdict of the Supreme Court, the trust has no say in the security arrangements. That is why from building the temple of the seated Ramlala to shifting the Deity, and from darshan to security arrangements, a full-fledged scheme is being made directly from Delhi. Sources tell that the bulletproof temple of fiber is being made so strong that there is no effect in any attack. Preparations are to be brought here by folding it from the charter plane.

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