KP Sharma Oli now told Yoga was born in Nepal.
Nepal’s caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had earlier termed India’s Ayodhya as fake. He had said that the real Ayodhya is located a little west of Birganj, a village in Nepal. Oli also claimed that Lord Rama was born in Nepal.
Kathmandu. Nepal’s caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has once again made such a claim, after hearing which everyone is shocked. He has claimed that Yoga has reached people all over the world from Nepal. He also claimed that there was no India when Yoga was started in Nepal. Oli made this claim in a program organized at his residence on the occasion of International Yoga Day. After this statement of Oli, he is being trolled fiercely on social media. Let us tell you that the caretaker Prime Minister of Nepal had earlier claimed the real Ayodhya to be around Birgunj in Nepal.
KP Sharma Oli said during a program on the occasion of International Yoga Day that Indian experts have always been hiding many important facts related to yoga from the world. He claimed that the India you know today was not there in the past. At that time India was divided into many different parts and its form was like a continent or a subcontinent.
Also read:- Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli did not take the name of God during oath, four petitions filed in Supreme CourtThis is not the first time that Nepal’s caretaker Prime Minister KP Oli has surprised everyone by making a controversial statement. Earlier, he had termed India’s Ayodhya as fake. He had said that the real Ayodhya is located a little west of Birganj, a village in Nepal. Oli also claimed that Lord Rama was born in Nepal. He had said that even today we believe that we gave Sita to Prince Ram, but we are not ready to believe that we had given Sita to the prince of Ayodhya, India. Oli said that we have been culturally suppressed and facts have been tampered with by experts from India.
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Let us inform that on 27 September 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi started International Yoga Day in the National General Assembly. After this, a resolution was passed in the United Nations General Assembly on December 11 to celebrate it as International Day of Yoga. The date of June 21 was suggested by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN address. After this, 177 members out of 193 member countries of the United Nations General Assembly passed the resolution to celebrate June 21 as International Yoga Day by voice vote.