Funds are being collected for the Ram temple in Ayodhya. The campaign to collect donations for the construction of Ram temple has also started from Friday. At the same time, President Ramnath Kovind has given the first donation to the Ram temple and this campaign has been approved. President Ram Nath Kovind has given a donation of five lakh rupees for the Ram temple. The President has assigned the donation to Trust for the construction of Ram temple. President Ramnath Kovind has given this donation through cheque.
The accumulation of fund has started from today for the construction of a grand Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya, Ram city. Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust and VHP together are running a campaign to raise funds for the construction of Ram temple across the country. This campaign will run for about one and a half months. Under this, a target has been set to reach around 13 crore families across the country.
Campaign will continue till February
Under this campaign, by February 27, efforts will be made to reach crores of people in the country and donations will be collected. The money received from the people will be used in the construction of the Ram temple. Under the Shri Ram Mandir Dhan Collection Campaign, slips of 10 rupees, 100 rupees and 1000 rupees will be given to those who donate. On these slips, there will be an image of Lord Ram along with a picture of the grand Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya. Under this campaign, those slips will be given as a receipt.
Plans to reach remote areas
At the same time, people who contribute more than 2 thousand rupees will be given a different type of receipt, from which they can also take advantage of income tax exemption. Giving information, VHP National Executive President Alok Kumar said that after starting the Ram Mandir money collection campaign with the President, he will also meet the Vice President and Prime Minister. At the same time, there is a plan to reach remote villages under this campaign.
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