Preparations for Diwali are going on in full swing to make a grand and divine Deepawali in Ayodhya. Meanwhile, CM Yogi Adityanath will be on Ayodhya tour on 19 October i.e. today. The Chief Minister will take stock of the preparations for the Diwali festival and the arrival of PM Modi here. PM Narendra Modi will be on the Ayodhya tour a day before Diwali i.e. on Narak Chaturdashi. Where he will visit Ramlala as well as review the construction of the Ram temple.
CM Yogi's minute-to-minute program
The Chief Minister will leave for Ayodhya from Gorakhpur at around 11.25 hrs. After this, CM Yogi will reach Ayodhya's helipad Ramkatha Park at around 11.55 am. From here at 12 o'clock there will be a site inspection of Saket College. After this, at around 12.20 to 12.45, the darshan of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi will take stock of the worship and construction site.
CM Yogi will inspect the preparations for the Deepotsav program from around 12.55 to 1.10 pm. After this, the inspection of the new Ghat and Saryu ji Aarti site around 1.15 pm, then the Deepotsav program site inspection between 1.25 to 1.40 pm, after which the helipad will return from Ramkatha Park Ayodhya at around 2.30 pm and will reach back to Lucknow at around 3 pm.
Actually, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on Ayodhya tour on the day of Narak Chaturdashi. According to the information received, Prime Minister Modi will reach Ayodhya on October 23 to visit Ramlala and review the construction of Ram temple. Along with this, he will participate in the Deepotsav program. Here, the Yogi government has intensified the preparations to make Deepotsav grand and divine. In Ayodhya, Dipotsav is organized at the Pedhi Ghat of Ram on the banks of river Saryu.
According to the schedule of PM Modi, the Prime Minister will be in Ayodhya from 5 pm to 8 pm on 23 October. On this tour, after joining the Deepotsav program, he will also take part in the aarti of the river Saryu. Last year's record will be broken by lighting 17 lakh earthen lamps this time in the Deepotsav to be held in Ayodhya. Last year, 9 lakh earthen lamps were lit in Deepotsav. Earlier in 2020, 5.84 lakh diyas were lit.