Support to a political party which vows to uproot corruption | Baba Ramdev Yoga

Support to a political party which vows to uproot corruption

Yog guru Baba Ramdev has said that Hindu can not be a terrorist but always a nationalistic. If anybody links terrorism with Hinduism, he is betray-ing the country said Baba Ramdev, after unveiling the statue of Sister Rajbala in her village Bhatana Jafrabad. Sister Rajbala was seriously injured in the merciless cane-charge on the supporters of Baba Ramdev at Delhi Ramlila Ground and died later in the hospital.

He said that the party promises to eradicate corruption from the nation would emerge victorious in the next Parliament polls.He said that he would support the party, which ensures to bring hidden black money deposited in foreign banks and takes initiative to uproot corrup-tion. He said that whichever party, takes steps to bring lakhs of crores of ill-gotten black money in foreign accounts would get around 300-400 seats.

He said that the Government, which betrays the people can’t last long and soon, the party which ensures smooth development of the country anderadicate corruption would be handed over the power by the people.

Baba Ramdev said that the Congress Government has forgotten the contribution of freedom fighters in the country and hence, any scheme which is being launched is named after Gandhi family. He said that right is not granted on demand but it has to be seized and now the public is ready to grab its share. After unveiling the statue of Bahen Rajbala, Baba Ramdev also addressed a public meeting, held at the school ground in the village. On the occasion Media Incharge Rajiv Jain, Pradeep Sangwan, Dr Jaideep Arya,, the youth President of Patanjali Yogpeeth Pradeep Kumar, the President of Human Rights Protection Association Jaiveer Gahlawat, the president of BJP, Women wing, Delhi unit Shikha Rai, former MLA Naresh Yadav, the national President of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh, Rakesh Singh Tikait, state president Shamshar Dahiya were also present.

Source : Yog Sandesh March 2013

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