After returning from Ayodhya, PM Modi announced Pradhan Mantri Suryodaya Yojana, 1 crore houses will be equipped with rooftop solar.
Business: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Pradhan Mantri Suryoday Yojana on Monday (January 22) after returning from Ram Lala’s Abhishek ceremony in Ayodhya. Out of which one crore houses will be installed with solar on roofs.
After consecrating the life of Lord Ramlala at the Ram temple in Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a major solar project. He said that the sanctity of Ramlala’s life in Ayodhya strengthened his resolve that countrymen should have solar systems on their rooftops. As announced by Prime Minister Modi, one crore homes will be fitted with rooftop solar under a scheme.
Did Prime Minister Modi say anything?
Today, on the auspicious occasion of Abhishek in Ayodhya, my resolve is firm that the people of India should have their own solar roof top systems on the roofs of their houses, PM Modi said through his official.
He said, “After returning from Ayodhya, I first decided that our government would launch the “Pradhan Mantri Suryodaya Yojana” with a target of installing solar on rooftops of 1 crore households. This would not only reduce the electricity bills of the poor and middle class, but also make India self-sufficient in the energy sector.
What did Prime Minister Modi say after the inauguration of Ram Lala?
Prime Minister Modi termed the statue of Ram Lala at the magnificent Ram temple in Ayodhya as a symbol of the arrival of a new era and called upon the people to lay the foundation of a strong, glorious and divine India for the next 1000 years. year
After the inauguration ceremony, chanting ‘Siyavar Ramchandra ki Jai’ and ‘Jai Shri Ram’, PM Modi addressed the crowd that it was not only a victory but also a victory.
He said that the Ram temple will witness the emergence of a prosperous and developed India. Addressing a select gathering of saints, leaders, businessmen, film stars, poets, writers and sportspersons, the Prime Minister said, “From today, from this auspicious time, we have to lay the foundations of India for the next 1000 years.” Going beyond building temples, let us all countrymen take a vow from this moment to build a strong, capable, glorious, divine India.
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi attended the Abhishek ceremony inside the grand Ram Temple sanctum sanctorum, which was made possible by the Supreme Court’s historic decision in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case in 2019.
Built in the traditional Nagara architectural style, the temple measures 380 feet in length (east-west), 250 feet in width and 161 feet in height. It stands on 392 pillars and has 44 gates.
‘This is not a date written on a calendar, but the beginning of a new cycle of time’
The Prime Minister told the gathering that he could still feel the heavenly vibrations he felt during the Abhishek ceremony inside the sanctum sanctorum. In his 36-minute speech, PM Modi said, “This sun of January 22, 2024 has brought a wonderful glow and is not a date written in any calendar, but the beginning of a new cycle of time.” Our Ramlala will no longer be in the tent. Our Ramlala will now reside in this divine temple. It is my firm belief and deep faith that whatever happens, Ram devotees living in every corner of the country and the world must be feeling it.
Describing the moment as supernatural and most sacred, he said, “Today I also seek forgiveness from Lord Shri Ram, there must be something lacking in our efforts, there must be something lacking in our penance that we did not build temples for so many people. . Shatabdi.