Administrative sluice gates fail to check the brimming spirit of Ram Bhakts in Jamshedpur

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Jamshedpur, Aug 5: In view of the rampant rise in COVID positive cases and disconcerting death rates due to the deadly viral infection, the central and state governments and the district administrations all over the country have marked out protective protocols that are to be strictly adhered to by all segments of citizens.

Similarly, Jamshedpur has not remained untouched due to the progressing tentacles of the pandemic.

The city is having its share of continued coronavirus woes with spiraling numbers of positive cases and rising incidences of deaths due to the infection.

The East Singhbhum district administration, sensing the ‘Josh’ factor of citizens as the dates drew closer to August 5,

underlined the protective measure encapsulating health guards against the spread of COVID-19 infections and banned any form of community events and assemblies.


But the administrative dam gave way as the sluice gates of norms failed to check the brimming spirits of Ram Bhakts who passionately cheered as

hundreds of years of dreams of their forefathers were being realized when

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was laying the foundation stone for the Shri Ram Mandir in the Lord’s birthplace at Ayodhya.

They cheered and danced in religious ecstasy amidst shouts of ‘Jai Shri Ram.’

Banners and posters marked the entire city as devotees poured out to express their joy on the fruition of the long standing desire to give Ram Lalla His dues.

The process of the construction of Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has started and in three years’ time will be an international marvel and a matter of pride for all Hindus.

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