'Vacate the shop in 3 days,' UP Police gave 3 days ultimatum to shopkeepers
'Vacate the shop in 3 days,' UP Police gave 3 days ultimatum to shopkeepers

Lucknow: The vaults of the under-construction Shri Ram Temple in Ramnagari Ayodhya will be opened for devotees in 2024. By 2025, the grand and divine Shri Ram temple will be fully ready. In such a situation, millions of devotees will gather in Ayodhya every day. In view of this, the infrastructure is being developed rapidly. In this connection, the work of widening of narrow lanes and roads of Ayodhya has started. The shops and houses which are vulnerable to widening have been identified and marked. Most such shopkeepers and building owners have also received compensation. The rest are being contacted for this.

So now the administration has given a 3-day extension to such building and shop owners by making a compensation from the government vehicle with a hooter, it has been said that they should vacate by the stipulated time, otherwise the house-shop will be demolished. But even after getting compensation, there is anger among the traders. All the routes from the new ghat of Ayodhya to Sahadatganj and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi are to be widened. Whatever temples, houses, buildings and shops are coming under its grip, it has been marked according to the widening of the road and notices have been given to them.

In the initial phase, the first thing is the widening of the road from Makeuphat in Ayodhya to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi is to be done. Due to the presence of shops on both sides, this road is relatively very narrow. However, even after notices and compensations, when the shops and houses which are in the grip of road widening are not being vacated, the administration has given them time till July 13. It has been clearly stated in the munadi that the shops and houses should be vacated by July 13, otherwise they will be demolished.

Why are traders protesting:-

The reason for the traders' protest is not the amount of compensation, but something else. According to the shopkeepers, when the marking took place after the road widening came under the scanner, they were assured that the shopkeepers could step back and build shops except in the affected area. But when the shopkeepers tried to build a shop by stepping back, the building owners directly stopped them from doing so. There is anger among the shopkeepers about this. At the same time, they allege that they are being forcibly removed. They are being harassed without making proper arrangements, which has created a problem for their livelihood in front of them.

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