PM Oli surrounded by his own country…
Nepali saint society agitated over Ayodhya's statement

Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is acting in some way to break the centuries-old roti-beti relationship with India, is engaged in political camp for fear of losing the post. Public outrage against Oli surrounded in political corridors is also visible on the streets. At the same time, now the Sant Samaj of Nepal has also opened a front against Oli. The saints came out on the streets on July 18, furious with the statements given by Oli to Lord Ram and Ayodhya. 

The saints staged a protest in Janakpur opposing the PM's statement. The saints, religious organizations and common citizens involved in the demonstration demanded that PM Oli withdraw his statement. The protesting saints and citizens shouted slogans to maintain the connection of Janakpur and Ayodhya. Also, gave a message to PM Oli that they should not hurt the faith of Hindus. Significantly, while addressing the program organized on the birth anniversary of Adikavi Bhanubhakta of Nepali recently, Oli had described Lord Ram as a Nepali citizen. 

In support of his statement, Oli had said that Ayodhya, which is talked about, is also not in India, it is also in Nepal. He also accused India of spiritual and cultural encroachment. The sage-saints of Ayodhya had also strongly criticized Oli's statement. Let us know that KP Sharma Oli's proximity to China is not hidden from anyone. Oli has been continuously trying to air the anti-India agenda for the last few days. Recently, the government of Oli had declared three areas of India as Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani. Nepal had passed a new map showing these three areas on its part from the Parliament.