The central government will have to make considerable headway in the formation of a trust to prepare a roadmap for temple construction in Ayodhya. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has rejected claims of participation in the trust as soon as the Supreme Court verdict comes. Also, the All India Saints Committee said that the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas has the stones and money collected from crores of Hindus. Therefore the trust must first use these resources to maintain its dignity. The Supreme Court in its ruling has asked the Nirmohi Arena that it can go to the central government to be a part of the trust. According to sources, the government is not going to take any hasty step. It is possible that the government should first form a committee for this. The government will have to decide many legal and administrative aspects for this trust. It also has many historical aspects, which cannot be ignored. The Supreme Court has ruled on the issue of only 2.77 acres of land. The trust can also decide what will be the remaining 64.23 acres of land. The remaining land was acquired by the Central Government in the year 1993. It had 43 acres of land with the VHP, which it did not take compensation for. On this basis VHP can claim to join the trust. Apart from this, about 20 acres of land belonged to many organizations including Arvind Ashram. He took compensation from the center. This issue will also be the responsibility of the Trust. It is expected that despite receiving compensation, Asha will donate the land to the name of the temple.
The central government will have to make considerable headway in the formation of a trust to prepare a roadmap for temple construction in Ayodhya.
Hindus sent 1.75 lakh rocks: VHP
According to the VHP, Hindus have sent 1.75 lakh rocks to Ayodhya from all over the country. He has also deposited six crore rupees. The VHP has collected so much material so far that one floor of the temple can be easily constructed. The VHP claims that he started this movement in association with the saint-monk society. Lal Krishna Advani took the political command of the temple construction from the hands of the VHP. Therefore, not including the VHP in the work of temple construction would not be justified.