- May 6, 2013
"Lord Ram Is Nepali Not Indian", Says Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli
Ayodhya, the ancient city believed by millions of Hindus to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, is actually a small village near Kathmandu, Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said Monday, in a statement certain to provoke a reaction from followers of Ramwww.ndtv.com
Forget Ran being Nepali, he’s going to find more things like this article below...This Nepali jackass Oli has lost it completely!! Recently, Pak ambassador had met Oli and looks like he gifted him quality Afghan weed from their surplus ISI stocks! This bugger needs to be sent for rehab, pronto!
Nepal PM says Shri Ram was Nepali and India has created ‘fake Ayodhya’, admits scholars will not believe his ‘new fact’
Has taken to claiming that India has engaged in 'cultural encroachment' by 'falsely' claiming that Ayodhya, birthplace of Shri Ram, is in India.
Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has been unwell lately. Recently, when news of his impending resignation was rife, he was admitted to a hospital for treatment. He escalated diplomatic tensions with India by updating the map of Nepal claiming Indian territories for the country. Now, after allegations of encroachment of land, KP Sharma Oli has taken to claiming that India has engaged in ‘cultural encroachment’.
During a recent event to commemorate Bhanubhakta’s birth anniversary, the Nepalese Prime Minister claimed that India had created a ‘fake Ayodhya’ in India when, according to him, it is a village in Birgunj in Nepal. “Although the real Ayodhya lies at Thori in the west of Birgunj, India have claimed the Indian site as the birthplace of Lord Ram,” said KP Sharma Oli.
He said, “We also believe that deity Sita got married to Prince Ram of India. Actually, Ayodhya is a village lying west of Birgunj.” “Ayodhya is at Thori, west of Birgunj, Balmiki Ashram is in Nepal and the holy place where King Dasharath had executed the rites to get the son is in Ridi,” he added. The Nepalese Prime Minister stated, “Dasharath’s son Ram was not an Indian and Ayodhya is also in Nepal.” “We did not give Sita, who was born in Janakpur, to an Indian prince but Sita was married to Ram of Ayodhya, not of India,” he said.
Opposition parties in Nepal have slammed KP Sharma Oli for making such ridiculous remarks. Co-chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Kamal Thapa it does not behove a Prime Minister to make such baseless, unproven claims. “It looks like the PM wants to further spoil Nepal-India relations rather than working to resolve tensions,” Thapa said.
Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli claimed that India falsely says Shri Ram was born in Ayodhya, India. | OpIndia Newswww.opindia.com
Uddhav was always a chapat ganju but I had hopes from Raj Thackeray but I doubt him very much just another greedy politician trying to establish himself.I am ashamed today because I thought this SS can be future Right wing party other than BJP. In last 9 months they showed their true colors.
Why the hell are they trying to needle the elephant? As I have heard this kind of encounters happens regularly but the political situation between the countries are not great and our media will flare up everything. Stoking passions of the public is not a good idea in the current situation.
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