“Remarks are not linked to any political subject and have no intention to hurt anyone’s feelings,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal clarified in lower than 24 hours after Oli’s controversial comment that “the place called Thori, near Birgunj, is the real Ayodhya, where Lord Ram was born. In India there is great dispute on Ayodhya. But, there is no dispute in our Ayodhya”.
“As there have been several myths and references about Shri Ram and the places associated with him, the prime minister 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 remarks were not meant to debase the significance of Ayodhya and the cultural value it bears,” the ministry famous.
Meanwhile, Oli and co-chair of the ruling communist celebration, Prachanda, resumed talks on Tuesday after a six-day hiatus in a bid to avoid wasting the celebration from a cut up amid rising variations between the factions led by them. Prachanda’s press advisor stated that the 2 chairs (of the Nepal Communist Party) have resumed discussions.