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Government will spend 20.40 crore rupees this year for temple maintenance in Ayodhya


New Delhi,
Nov 28 (HS): After the historic decision of the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya
dispute, preparations for the construction of the temple have been started. Significantly, the Supreme Court had directed the Central Government to
plan and present it within three months. According to the latest information,
the central government has decided that Rs 20.40 crore will be spent for the
temple maintenance in Ayodhya. This information has been given in the first
supplementary demand for grants presented by the government in the Lok Sabha.

For the year
2019-20, the central government has sought a supplementary demand for grant of
21246.16 crore (net of 18995.51). That is, it is the expenditure that has been
sought in addition to this year's budget. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
presented the Supplementary Demand for Grant (the first batch for 2019-20) in
the Lok Sabha on Thursday.

According to
the information, a maximum portion of the extra expenditure that the government
has sought has been sought for the expenditure of Rs 8,820 crore for Jammu and
Kashmir and Ladakh.

government has demanded Rs 666 crore for the expenditure of the Department of
Space and Rs 3,387.46 crore for the expenditure on salaries and police ration.