Ram temple to be built in Ayodhyapuri of Nepal, direct budget allocation announced | Fund sanction for ram temple construction in ayodhyapuri of nepal
There is a lot of political instability in Nepal. The split in the ruling party has given impetus to political developments.
Kathmandu: There is a lot of political instability in Nepal. The split in the ruling party has given impetus to political developments. Similarly, in the proposed budget of the Government of Nepal, Rs. 35 crore has been earmarked for the repair of the famous Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal and for the construction of the Temple of Ram in Ayodhya. Nepal’s Finance Minister Bishnu Poudyal made the announcement. He also announced a one-month visa waiver for tourists coming to Nepal to boost tourism, saying that tourism in Nepal has been hit by Kovid-19 (Fund sanction for Ram temple construction in Ayodhyapuri of Nepal).
The finance ministry has allocated about Rs 20 billion for the construction of infrastructure at four international airports and other domestic airports. Poudyal has allocated Rs 35 crore for the repair of the Pashupatinath temple, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. He also provided funds for the construction of a Ram temple at Ayodhyapur in Chitwan district.
It is not clear how much funding is available for the Ram temple
Nepal’s finance minister announced funding for the Ram temple, but did not say exactly how much. The government of Nepal has announced a budget of Rs 1647.67 billion. The announcement comes at a time of political instability in the country. Nepal’s President Vidya Devi Bhandari on May 22 dissolved the country’s 275-member parliament for the second time in five months. Also, on the advice of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, mid-term elections were declared on November 12 and November 19.
Prime Minister Oli’s government is in the minority
Oli is running a minority government in Nepal. Prime Minister Oli has demanded the formation of a coalition government with all political parties and holding elections on May 28 to justify the president’s decision to dissolve parliament. Addressing the nation on television a week after the president dismissed parliament, Oli said holding elections could not be reactionary.
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Fund sanction for Ram temple construction in Ayodhyapuri of Nepal
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