Following Ram Mandir, PM Modi made a major decision: 1 crore households would now have solar panels.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the government will begin the “Pradhanmantri Surydaya Yojana,” an initiative to generate electricity utilizing solar power.

‘Pradhanmantri Suryoday Yojana’ was declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi/X).

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that the government will begin the “Pradhanmantri Surydaya Yojana,” an initiative to generate electricity from solar energy. He made the remark after returning home from Ayodhya, where he had overseen the dedication ceremony of the Ram temple.

“Every devotee on the planet receives energy from the light of Lord Suryavanshi, Shri Ram. “Today, during the auspicious consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, my resolve to advocate for every Indian citizen to have a solar rooftop system on their home roof has been further reinforced,” the prime minister said on social media site X.

“After returning from Ayodhya, I made the decision that our government should launch the Pradhanmantri Suryodaya Yojana,” which aims to install rooftop solar panels in one crore houses. This will result in India being energy independent as well as lowering electricity costs for the poor and middle classes,” he said.

The Prime Minister shared photos of him discussing the plan with local officials after his return from Ayodhya.

The prime minister oversaw the ‘pran pratishtha’ ritual at the Ram temple in Ayodhya earlier in the day. UP Governor Anandiben Patel, together with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh. Attending the event in the temple’s innermost sanctorum was RSS chairman Mohan Bhagwat.

The magnificent celebration was attended by about 7,000 invited guests, including movie stars, athletes, saints, businesspeople, and singers.

“India is going to progress; the time is right.” After a very long wait, we have finally arrived. We have all been anticipating this moment, this era. We will not surrender now. We’ll continue to push growth forward to new heights,” the prime minister said after the event.


Modi expressed gratitude to the Indian judiciary for “maintaining the integrity of justice.” “Sri Ram’s temple is an embodiment of justice, built through just means,” he underlined. The decades-long issue was resolved by the Supreme Court in 2019.

The prime minister announced that temples are undergoing cleansing initiatives and that processions are taking place throughout the country, including in tiny communities.

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