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PM Oli’s directive to start work on Nepal-India controversy Lord Ram’s birthplace Ayodhya Dham

The dispute between Nepal and India had taken a new turn after Prime Minister Oli said that historical evidence had been found in Madi, Chitwan, the birthplace of Lord Rama.

KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has directed to start work on Nepal-India controversy Ram Janmabhumi Ayodhya Dham, the birthplace of Lord Ram, by making a comprehensive master plan.

The Prime Minister gave such instructions during a meeting with the Chief of Madi Municipality of Chitwan and other people’s representatives at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar on Saturday.

As Ram’s birthplace is in Nepal, he has been instructed to start work with a comprehensive plan, said Tara Kumari Kazi Mahato, Deputy Chief of Madi Municipality.

Prime Minister Oli has mentioned that Ram Navami will be celebrated with grandeur by placing idols of Ram, Laxman, Sita and Hanuman in Ayodhyapuri.

Stating that Ram’s birthplace Madi was located in Ayodhyapuri on the basis of historical facts and evidence, the Prime Minister said that the government would also provide assistance for the construction of the temple.

Stating that there is inconvenience even for easy transportation in Madi, the local people’s representatives have stressed on the need to build roads by adopting alternative measures. Madi local government’s representatives have asked the Prime Minister to facilitate the federal government for the roads.

The dispute between Nepal and India had taken a new turn after Prime Minister Oli said that historical evidence had been found in Madi, Chitwan, the birthplace of Lord Rama.

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