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March 06, 2011




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Home > 2011 Issues > March 06, 2011

Swami Ramdev’s crusade against corruption upsets Congress
By Mithun Dey

The MP purportedly threatened Baba Ramdev with dire consequences if the Yoga Guru continued with his tirade against corruption in the state. The Yoga Guru has been visiting the entire nation inviting people to fight corruption.

THE Shiromani Akali Dal assailed Ninong Ering a Congress MP in Arunachal Pradesh for his asserted objectionable comments against yoga Guru Ramdev. As a result, plenty of fans of Swami Ramdev protested against the Congress MP.

"Swami Ramdev has not made anything flawed by telling something on large-scale corruption in the country. In a democratic state everyone has a right to express his perspective," SAD spokesman and Punjab Education Minister, Shri Sewa Singh quoted.

When Ramdev was in a yoga camp located at Pasighat in East Siang, about 280-km from Itanagar, the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh, asserted as he was called a "bloody Indian" in his own country by Ninong Ering in a chock-full public view.

Shri Sewa Singh asked for the people dumping the Congress in the forthcoming election in Punjab and other states for its "transgressions like unleashing unbridled corruption, belittling democratic principles and stoppage to control escapee food inflation." SAD’’s ally the BJP has already convicted the alleged remarks made by the MP.

On the other, Congress MP claimed that he had only argued after the yoga guru pointed allegations of corruption against the Nehru-Gandhi family and the Central Government.

The MP purportedly threatened Baba Ramdev with dire consequences if the yoga guru continued with his tirade against corruption in the state. The yoga guru has been visiting the entire nation inviting people to fight corruption.

But, the MP stated that he went to meet Ramdev and received a "Rudraksha for controlling his touchiness," sources said.

The MP said, "Ramdev told me that I am the man of short-tempered and advised me to use a Rudraksha for controlling crabbiness. He is great. He has forgiven me. I’m setting up the clarification that the party has sought".




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