Siliguri, July 26: Soil and water are being sent from Siliguri for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. The Siliguri branch of the World Hindu Council is sending this water and soil from Siliguri.
It is learned that the waters of the Mahananda and Teesta rivers in Siliguri are also being sent to Gulma, Jangli Baba Mandir and Pranami Mandir for construction of Ram Mandir. Tomorrow, two monks of the World Hindu Council will leave for Ayodhya with all these materials from the Siliguri branch of the World Hindu Council.
Rakesh Agarwal, district secretary of the World Hindu Council, said the Ram temple was going to be built after a long time. Which is very good news. Soil and river water are being sent to various religious places in Siliguri, including the whole of Bengal, for the construction of Ram Mandir.
Anup Mandal, state organization secretary of the North Bengal World Hindu Council, said soil had also been collected from the homes of great men of North Bengal and members of the World Hindu Council who were martyred fighting for the Ram temple. All those materials will be sent to Ayodhya tomorrow.