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New Delhi: The most followed and admired personality, the Buddhist leader Dalai Lama caught in controversy, since the time he had made some contentious remarks during an event in Goa.

The Tibetan leader made these remarks, while addresing an event at Goa Institute of Management in Sankhalim, on Wednesday. He said "India and Pakistan would have remained united had Nehru allowed Muhammad Ali Jinnah to become Prime Minister". Dalai Lama also commented on Pdt. Jawaharlal Nehru and compared his "self centered attitude" as the main reason for all that happened. 

Buddhist leader also commented on Mahatma Gandhi and said that Mahatma Gandhi wanted MA Jinnah and not Nehru to become the PM of India.

But later, the Buddhist leader acknowledged that his comments on former Prime Minister Nehru had triggered a controversy scenerio and expressed his regret on the statements made by him and apologised for saying so. 

The tibetian leader said"  ''My statement has created a controversy. If I said something wrong, I apologise".


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