After Lord Rama, this time Gautam Buddha also claimed to be Nepali!

Bengali Hunt Desk: Earlier, Nepali Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had made big demands about Ayodhya and Lord Ram. This time Nepal is also claiming Gautam Buddha as their own. Nepal's foreign ministry said in a statement on Sunday that Gautam Buddha was born in Nepal. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said it was an indisputable fact that Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal. He also said that they have historical and archeological evidence. He said that Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, is one of the UNESCO historical sites. At the same time, the spokesperson said, it is also true that Buddhism has spread all over the world from Nepal.

On the other hand, Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli once again got drunk on the 'real Ayodhya'. The Prime Minister of Nepal once again said that the birthplace of Lord Rama is in Chitban district of Nepal. There is Madi municipality area in that district, its name is Ayodhya Puri. Oli also spoke on the phone with officials in the area on Saturday.

Prime Minister Oli spoke to officials in the area and ordered the installation of idols of Sita Mata, Ram and Lakshman. Oli instructed the officials and said that this Ayodhyapuri is the real Ayodhya. And this area has to be promoted as the real Ayodhya. Prime Minister Oli ordered officials and local representatives to build a magnificent Ram temple in the area.

According to Nepal's Himalayan Times, Oli Madi spoke on the phone for two hours with area officials and leaders. And they were called to Kathmandu to speak in more detail. Oli said, ‘I believe that Lord Rama was born in Ayodhyapuri, Nepal, not in Ayodhya, India. I have evidence to suggest that Lord Rama was born in Nepal. ”

Chitwan district MP Dil Kumari Rawal said, “Prime Minister Oli has said that all efforts should be made to save the area around Ayodhyapuri.” He also asked to carry out excavation work in Ayodhyapuri to gather evidence. He also asked for the help of local people to promote Ayodhyapuri and highlight its history. ”