Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Wednesday lay the foundation stone for the construction of a Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya. He will be in the city for three hours. According to the itinerary released on Tuesday, the prime minister will start from Delhi at 9:35 am, and the groundbreaking is ceremony is scheduled to take place after noon. The PM will first go to Lucknow on a special plane from Delhi, and from there to Ayodhya on a helicopter. He will straightaway go to Hanuman Garhi for Lord Hanuman’s darshan. PM Modi will reach the Ram Janmabhoomi site at noon, where he will visit Ram Lalla for 10 minutes. He will then participate in a tree plantation programme in the premises. The main programme of bhoomi poojan will begin at 12:30 pm and PM Modi will lay five silver bricks as the temple foundation amid the chanting of religious hymns at 12:40 pm. The prime minister will also meet Swami Nrityagopal Das and other members of the Ram Janmabhoomi trust after the programme. He will leave for the helipad at 2:05 pm and for Lucknow at 2:20 pm.