Real Ayodhya: As things unfold in Nepal, and there is a tense development between India and the neighbouring country Nepal, never would have we imagine Prime minister of Nepal Oli, stating that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal and not in India. Furthermore, he even called Lord Ram Nepali and not Indian.
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Redrawing Nepal’s country political map and making its area look bigger by taking hypothetical land from the Indian political map, Nepal seems like is instigating a fight and Real Ayodhya remake is a top over.
Last week as well, Nepal Government stopped showcasing Indian private news channels in the country except for Doordarshan. This seems like Nepal wants to draw lines and not have the support of a country which has been there for them always.
Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic) pic.twitter.com/k3CcN8jjGV
— ANI (@ANI) July 13, 2020
The Nepal government is taking major steps which are hurting the sentiments of the Indian citizens and government and provoking the Indian government to take a major step.
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Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal not india, says PM Oli
To clarify the statement of PM KP Sharma Oli, the real Ayodhya lies in India and is very well a known city and district of Uttar Pradesh. It is the birthplace of Lord Ram and has been since centuries. These hypothetical remarks made by the Nepal Government won’t change the facts or history.
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As the Real Ayodhya hashtag trends on twitter, many users have come forward and have clarified their stance on the remake Real Ayodhya and where does it belong to.