After the construction of the temple in Ramjanmabhoomi, only the seated Ramlala will be revered in the sanctum sanctorum. Ramjanmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust general secretary Champat Rai said how those who have fought the case from the Allahabad High Court to the Supreme Court and whose degrees have been awarded in their favor can be changed.
He said that even after the temple is built, the same Ramlala will be revered in its predetermined place. It may be known that after the appearance of Ramlala on 22/23 December 1949, the case was started afresh in the Civil Court. Nirmohi Akhara first claimed Ramlalla’s property in 1959. Then in 1961, the Sunni Waqf Board claimed ownership over the disputed structure. Earlier in 1950, Hindu Mahasabha advocate Gopal Singh Visharad and then Mahant Ramchandra Das of Digambar Akhada filed a lawsuit for not removing the demeanor Ramlala. Subsequently in 1989, retired Justice Devkinandan Aggarwal filed a lawsuit on behalf of Ramlala as Sakha of Ramlala.
Worshiped materials in a special locker preserved foundation
Ayodhya. Champat Rai, general secretary of the Ramjanmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust says that all the pooled materials laid on the foundation at the time of Bhoomi Pujan on August 5 have been carefully preserved in a special locker. He informed that all the worshiped materials will be kept intact as soon as the foundation work is completed just below the sanctum sanctorum of Ramlala. He informed that precious metals have so much weight in the materials laid on the foundation that normal shelves will not be able to withstand them. There is an amount of 48 thousand in this worship.