Nepal clarifies PM Oli’s Ayodhya assertion

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 14

The Nepal Ministry of Foreign Affairs sought to protect Prime Minister Okay P Sharma Oli’s feedback on Lord Ram from criticism by clarifying that he didn’t imply to debase the importance of Ayodhya and the cultural worth it bears.

On Monday, talking on the 207th start anniversary celebration of the creator of Ramayana in Nepali language, Oli had stated Lord Ram was not born in India however in Nepal’s Ayodhya village.

The MFA stated the remarks weren’t linked to any political topic and weren’t supposed to harm the sentiments and sentiment of anybody. It added that as there have been a number of myths and references about Lord Ram and the locations related to him, the PM was “simply highlighting the importance of further studies and research of the vast cultural geography the Ramayana represents to obtain facts about Shri Ram, Ramayana and the various places linked to this rich civilisation.”

The assertion additionally reminded that the PMs of Nepal and India launched the Ramayana Circuit two years again, of which Janakpur-Ayodhya Passenger Bus Service is a crucial part. “These facts signify the bond of time-honoured cultural affinity between our two countries and peoples,” added the assertion.

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