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Champat Rai, general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust said that on the day the temple starts to be built, we will complete it in 36 to 39 months.

Preparations to lay the foundation of Ram temple in Ayodhya are going on loudly. In this regard, General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Champat Rai said on Sunday that the day the temple will start to be built, we will complete it in 36 to 39 months. We used to think that the temple will start being built in June itself, but the study is not being completed in 7 months.

He said that there is crumbling sand under the ground or there is some debris lying deep, so it is delayed. He told that the foundation of the grand temple should be such that the temple should stand for centuries. Keeping this in mind, work is being done.

Ongoing research on load testing
His younger brother Ashish Sompura also attended the temple construction committee meeting held in Ayodhya last month as members of Nikhil Sompura’s company. Even then the issue was raised about the sand layer found 200 feet below the temple site.

Sompura told that his company had built around 100 temples. The pillars of the foundation of all the temples are made of stones. But the foundation surface of Ram temple is found of sand rather than yellow clay. In this case, a lot of research has to be done after the piling test and load test.

Pilar drowned in testing
Recently, during load testing here, the pillars were sunk by 2 to 5 inches. Sand, not yellow soil, was found 200 feet below the surface of the foundation of the temple. The piling test was being done to strengthen the foundation and when the load was put on the pillar it was sunken.

The complex will be ready in 1100 crores
Earlier, the treasurer of the trust, Swami Govind Dev Giri, had said last week that it would cost around Rs 11 crore to build the entire complex, including the main temple. At the same time, it will cost about 400 crores to build the main temple. He said that at present, donations of about Rs 100 crore have been deposited in the temple trust account.

Makar Sakranti campaign for money collection
He had told that now an estimated fund is to be arranged for the temple. For this, the money collection campaign from Makar Sankranti will run all over the country. About 60 crore people will be contacted in this. The campaign will run until 27 February.

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