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7000 pieces of Bamboo sent to Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir from Boko for inaugural ceremony

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Boko, January 04: The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, which will be inaugurated on January 22, this year, will a piece of Lumpi area from along the Assam- Meghalaya interstate border. Members of the Assam Divyanga Versatile Development Association and the 26th Jongkhuli Constituency General Member Arjun Chetri flagged off the container (UP 70 ET 2750) on Thursday evening carrying 7,000 bamboo pieces to Ayodhya.

7000 pieces of Bamboo has been sent to Ram Mandir in Ayodhya from Boko for the inaugural ceremony held on 22 January

People of the Lumpi area worked hard to collect bamboo from their area, which they brought to the Jongakhuli Kacharipara playground.

The general member of Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) in Kamrup district, Arjun Chetry, said this is a proud moment for them as they got a chance to send bamboo to the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, about 1200 kms away from the evergreen Lampi area of the greater Boko. “The people of India are looking forward to that day, it is a day of pride for the Sanatan religious Hindus,” he said.

7000 pieces of Bamboo has been sent to Ram Mandir in Ayodhya from Boko for the inaugural ceremony held on 22 January

Similarly, Assam Divyanga Versatile Development Association Secretary, Jil Chowdhury, told the media that the disabled people of Assam have been able to move towards development. “It takes around 10 days to collect bamboo from the hilly Lumpi area,” he informed.

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He had earlier announced that the disabled people of Assam would send 7000 bamboo pieces to the Ram Temple.

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