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Ram temple visitors from Ayodhya will be transported there by E-carts

Vishal Singh, vice chairman of the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA), stated that the 650 e-carts will be available in parking lots around the city and will be deployed till March in the first phase.
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Ayodhya: According to authorities on Thursday, pilgrims traveling to Ayodhya to offer prayers at the Ram and Hanuman Garhi temples would have access to battery-operated carts. Pregnant women, divyangjans, and the elderly would ride for free on the e-carts or golf carts; the cost for other users will be disclosed soon, they added.


Vishal Singh, vice chairman of the Ayodhya Development Authority (ADA), stated that the 650 e-carts will be available in parking lots around the city and will be deployed till March in the first phase.


The e-cart project is a part of the 'hyperloop concept' that is being built to link the entire Ayodhya. According to Singh, only e-carts would be permitted on the Ram Path, a major road in the centre of Ayodhya, going forward. Four-wheelers will not be permitted.

Pregnant ladies, divyangjans, and elderly devotees are among the many who are anticipated to go to Ayodhya for a 'darshan' of Ram Lalla following the consecration event on January 22, according to Singh.


At the parking lot, e-carts will be accessible for devotees arriving in their cars. According to him, followers may go to nearby holy places such as the Hanuman Garhi temple and the Ram temple using these e-carts.


According to him, pregnant ladies, divyangjans, and the elderly would all be able to use wheelchairs at the Ram temple for free.


According to Singh, the ADA has sent invitations to a number of business entities that had previously indicated their intention to "serve" in Ayodhya to sponsor the e-cart initiative with monies from their business Social Responsibility (CSR) accounts.


The proposal would be put into action on a big scale once they give their approval, he added, adding that Tata Projects, the Indian Oil Corporation, and the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation have all made sizable donations to the project.


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