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Iqbal Ansari’s reply to Oli, ‘If Hanuman ji gets angry, Nepal will not be detected’

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Iqbal Ansari's reply to Oli, 'If Hanuman ji gets angry, Nepal will not be detected'
Iqbal Ansari’s reply to Oli, ‘If Hanuman ji gets angry, Nepal will not be detected’

Ayodhya: On the statement made by Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Lord Ram, Iqbal Ansari, who was a Babri party, replied that if Ram’s servant Hanuman ji got angry, Nepal would not even know where he went. Iqbal Ansari, while replying to Nepal’s Prime Minister Oli, who did not call Ayodhya the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram, said that “Ayodhya is respected by people from all over the world, who have been running from ancient civilization, not from today.” And here Gods and Goddesses of all religions and castes are seated. “

He said that the Prime Minister of Nepal does not know the importance of Ayodhya. Hanuman is also seated with Lord Rama in Ayodhya. If Hanuman ji is angry now, Nepal will not even know where he went.

Ansari said that Prime Minister Oli does not know about his religion. Anti-Hindu work is done in Nepal. At the same time, the Prime Minister of Nepal does not know about Ayodhya, nor has he ever visited Ayodhya. If he had ever come to Ayodhya, he would have known that the gods reside here. It would be very bad to call Lord Shri Ram and Ayodhya wrong. “

Significantly, these days, the Prime Minister of Nepal, Oli, is giving a fierce statement against India. Prime Minister Oli had said that India has created fake Ayodhya for cultural encroachment, while the real Ayodhya is in Nepal. Oli questioned that at that time there was no modern transport and communication, so how did Ram come to Janakpur. There is a strong reaction from religious leaders in India on this statement.

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Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s remarks about Lord Ram and Ayodhya were widely criticized. A former Prime Minister of the country said that Oli has ‘crossed all limits’. Meanwhile, the Government of Nepal on Tuesday defended the Prime Minister’s statement and said that Prime Minister Oli’s statements were ‘not related to any political subject’ and his intention to ‘hurt’ anyone’s feelings in any way was not.

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