UP Opposition leaders to visit Ayodhya after budget session

The state cabinet was scheduled to visit the Ram temple on 1 February, which was postponed by the government on account of heavy rush of devotees

Opposition leaders have agreed to visit Ayodhya after the budget session of the state assembly ends on February 12 (photo: DW)
Opposition leaders have agreed to visit Ayodhya after the budget session of the state assembly ends on February 12 (photo: DW)
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Opposition leaders in Uttar Pradesh will be visiting the newly-inaugurated Ram temple in Ayodhya soon.

The state cabinet was scheduled to visit the Ram temple on February 1, which was postponed by the government on account of heavy rush of devotees to the shrine.

Opposition leaders have agreed to visit Ayodhya after the budget session of the state assembly ends on February 12.

The session is scheduled to start on Friday with Governor Anandi Ben Patel's joint address to the both Houses of the Assembly.

The state government is scheduled to table the budget on February 5.

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Published: 02 Feb 2024, 12:30 PM
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