Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli claimed a few days ago that Lord Ram was born not in Ayodhya, India but in Thori, close to Birganj, Nepal. To convey proof of this claim, the Government of Nepal is now going to excavate at Thori. This information has been given by the news agency. The task of excavation is being given to the Archaeological Department of Nepal.
Oli had said that not only Maa Sita but Prabhu Sri Ram was also born in the Birganj district of Nepal. He described the place named Thori as LordRam’s birthplace. This claim was heavily mocked.
Discussion On The Excavation Plan:-
Following Oli’s statement, Nepal’s Department of Archeology (DOA) became active on his orders. He also interacted with some other ministries. Now there is a preparation to conduct a survey in Thori of Birganj. After this, the excavation work can begin so that proof of the claim of the so-called real Ayodhya being here can be collected. The DOA spokesperson admitted that discussions had already been initiated with several other ministries about the survey and excavation.
Director Of DOA Said That We Are Going To Take The Recommendation Of Experts:-
DOA director Damodar Gautam said- It is true that we are going to conduct the survey here first. For this, we have started talks with the concerned ministries. Apart from this, we are also going to consult the experts so that any result can be reached soon.
Gautam Said We Don’t Have Any Basis Of Lord Ram’s Birth At Thori:-
Interestingly, Gautam also believes that he has no basis for Lord Ram’s birth in Thori. He said, “Since the Prime Minister has claimed this, then it is our responsibility to take action in this matter and move forward. I cannot claim that we have any basis to believe that Lord Shri Ram was born in Nepal. ”
What Was Oli’s Claim:-
Last week, Oli said at a program on Bhanu Jayanti at his home that Lord Ram was a Nepali citizen, not an Indian citizen. The real Ayodhya is not in India but in Birganj, Nepal. He also accused India of cultural repression. Oli said that Nepal’s contribution to science was always ignored.