Nepal’s Foreign Ministry gives clarification on ‘Ayodhya Gyan’ of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

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World Desk, Web4Study, Kathmando
Updated Tue, 14 Jul 2020 06:47 PM IST

Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (File Photo)
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The Foreign Ministry of the neighboring country has now clarified the statement made by the Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli about Ayodhya and the Hindu Lord Ram. The Foreign Ministry of Nepal has issued an explanation regarding this. It added, ‘These comments were not related to any political issue and were not intended to hurt anyone’s feelings. This does not mean starting a debate on the cultural values ​​and importance of Ayodhya.

This clarification issued by the Ministry of External Affairs states, ‘There are many opinions and references about Shri Ram and his places related to him. The Prime Minister was referring to the importance of studying and researching the vast cultural geography that the Ramayana exhibits, only to know facts about Ayodhya and the various places associated with it. Let me tell you that KP Sharma Oli had said in an event on Monday that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal and India made fake Ayodhya there to make cultural encroachment.

Please tell that Oli had alleged that Nepal has been culturally suppressed. At an event held at the Prime Minister’s residence, Oli had said, ‘We are culturally pressurized. The facts have been tampered with. We still believe that we gave Sita to the Indian prince Ram. But we did not give Sita to the prince of Ayodhya, India. The real Ayodhya is a village to the west of Birganj, not the one now built. ‘

VHP commented, told statement unfortunate

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has commented on Oli’s controversial statement about Ayodhya and termed his statement as unfortunate. VHP spokesperson Sharad Sharma said that China has disturbed the Nepalese Prime Minister’s mental balance and hence he is acting at the behest of China to harm mutual relations between India and Nepal. His statement is not correct given the mutual relations between the two countries.

The Foreign Ministry of the neighboring country has now clarified the statement made by the Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli about Ayodhya and the Hindu Lord Ram. The Foreign Ministry of Nepal has issued an explanation regarding this. It added, ‘These comments were not related to any political issue and were not intended to hurt anyone’s feelings. This does not mean starting a debate on the cultural values ​​and importance of Ayodhya.

This clarification issued by the Ministry of External Affairs states, ‘There are many opinions and references about Shri Ram and his places related to him. The Prime Minister was referring to the importance of studying and researching the vast cultural geography that the Ramayana exhibits, only to know facts about Ayodhya and the various places associated with it. Let me tell you that KP Sharma Oli had said in an event on Monday that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal and India made fake Ayodhya there to make cultural encroachment.

Please tell that Oli had alleged that Nepal has been culturally suppressed. At an event held at the Prime Minister’s residence, Oli had said, ‘We are culturally pressurized. The facts have been tampered with. We still believe that we gave Sita to the Indian prince Ram. But we did not give Sita to the prince of Ayodhya, India. The real Ayodhya is a village to the west of Birganj, not the one now built. ‘

VHP commented, told statement unfortunate

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has commented on Oli’s controversial statement about Ayodhya and termed his statement as unfortunate. VHP spokesperson Sharad Sharma said that China has disturbed the Nepalese Prime Minister’s mental balance and hence he is acting at the behest of China to harm mutual relations between India and Nepal. His statement is not correct given the mutual relations between the two countries.

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