PM Modi's Roadshow in Ayodhya: 100 Quintals of Flowers to Shower, Ram Temple Gateway Decorated, What's Special?

Published on: 5 May 2024 7:44 AM GMT
PM Modis Roadshow in Ayodhya: 100 Quintals of Flowers to Shower, Ram Temple Gateway Decorated, Whats Special?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit has led to the grand decoration of Ayodhya, the city of Lord Ram. Every house on the main route is adorned with saffron flags.

Preparations for PM Modi's roadshow are complete in Ayodhya. The city is decorated magnificently, and there will be a shower of flowers during the roadshow. The route extends from Sugriva Fort to Lata Chowk, with arrangements made at 75 locations for his welcome. Different groups of people will greet PM Modi with flower petals, for which 100 quintals of flowers have been purchased, including a large quantity of rose petals.

The grandeur of Ayodhya extends to Ram Janmabhoomi's Gate No. 11, decorated with a theme of Ram Temple. Models of the temple, along with images of Lord Ram and Balakrishna, adorn the area. Special arrangements have been made for PM Modi's welcome, with barriers and lighting along the main route.

PM Modi will be accompanied by CM Yogi Adityanath on a chariot during the roadshow. The chariot, adorned with flowers, will traverse a two-kilometer route from the birthplace path to Lata Chowk. Special arrangements include drum and trumpet performances, along with conch sounds.

The BJP organization has set up camps for preparations, with state minister Sanjay Rai overseeing the arrangements. Agriculture Minister Surya Pratap Shahi has also arrived in Ayodhya.

During PM Modi's roadshow, Ayodhya residents will be stationed in 82 blocks along the route, with cultural programs planned at five locations. Different blocks are reserved for women, youth, priests, saints, and other sections of society.

Ayodhya has been adorned like a bride for PM Modi's roadshow. This event not only aims to energize Ayodhya but also to set a political atmosphere for BJP candidates in constituencies like Kaisarganj, Gonda, Balrampur, Bahraich, and Shravasti.



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