Plans are being made for the construction of the Ram temple following the Supreme Court’s decision on the Ayodhya dispute. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has decided to contribute to the proposed Ram temple. Under this, it has planned to construct the temple through crowd funding. At the same time, VHP has also indicated Karseva once again.
VHP national spokesperson Vinod Bansal says, “Ram devotees will be approached from across the country to contribute to the construction of the Ram temple. The Ayodhya movement was associated with the faith and sentiments of many Hindus and they would have to do their work at the commencement of the project, including ‘Karseva’.
‘The plan will come out soon’
“The formal plan will come out soon,” said Bansal. Indicating the second phase of the car service, the VHP official said, “Apart from this, the VHP suggests that the trust to be formed within three months should also facilitate symbolic participation of the devotees. For this, devotees from all the 718 districts of the country will be called here for a week and they will be helped in the construction work.
Karseva was an important part of the VHP-led temple movement. Under this, millions of Karsevaks reached Ayodhya in 1990 and again in 1992. The Babri Masjid was destroyed in its second phase itself. VHP officials confirmed the crowd funding scheme in Delhi. VHP working president Alok Kumar said, ‘There is no ambiguity about the plan that the construction of the temple will be funded directly by devotees of Lord Rama who are present around the world. The process of taking contributions will start soon.’