Sriramala Virajman has now become the owner of 2.77 acres of land in government documents, for which the case was tried in the court for a long time. The Ayodhya district administration has registered Sriramala as the owner of the revenue Gata number 159 and 160 and Najul Gata number 583. According to administrative sources, this process was already going on. Revenue documents have their own procedures. Only after which ownership is registered. It has been recorded in the documents as Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra.
The property entrusted to the Trust was constituted by the Central Government on February 5, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Nyas. On the same day, the commissioner of Ayodhya placed trust member Vimalndra Mohan Mishra in the savings account paid by the visitors to the land, building and Sriramala Virajman, acquired by the Ayodhya Act, and 2.81 crore in the savings account and more than 8.75 lakh in the form of fixed deposits and state treasury in Ayodhya Gaya 230.42 gram gold 5019.98 gram silver fund has also been handed over.
In view of the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the foundation stone on August 5, the entire administration has started finalizing the arrangements. Outposts on the ghat, thatch all have been removed. Repairs have also been done at many places. Overall, the work of dyeing and painting on the ghat is in full swing.
On November 9 last year on the Ayodhya dispute, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court, in its order, had considered Sriramala Virajaman as the owner of 2.77 acres of land. Along with this land, a trust was ordered to be handed over to 67.2 acres of land around it in the name of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. A large part of 65 acres of land was acquired by Kalyan Singh government of UP in 1991 by paying compensation. While some land was purchased by the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas from the monasteries and temples.
In 1992, the entire government took over the entire 67.2 acres of land by creating the Ayodhya Act and made Ayodhya commissioner a receiver. The Supreme Court, in its order, directed to hand over the entire land to the new trust.