Speaking to reporters outside the meeting venue, Ramdev said that there has been some consensus on some issues. He added that a broad talk was done and detailed discussion was yet to happen that will hopefully put some breakthrough in the discussion.
Ramdev later talked to reporters on the meeting and said that all black money should be brought back to the country and declared as national property. He also demanded naming the tax evaders and called for the the establishment of specialized courts to deal exclusively with corruption.
Speaking comprehensively on the various ills hampering growth in the country and said that a Public Service Delivery Act be established to book all those people who have stashed money abroad. He also demanded timely action on all his demands.
Speaking on the injustice meted out to farmers in UP, Ramdev held them in high regard and said that thy were not just "unskilled labour" but were the ones who give us food and grains for existence. He also commented strongly on the education sector and said that all professional institutions like engineering and medical colleges teach the subject in Hindi and other regional languages so that students in villages will be benefited.
He also slammed the huge amount spent on elections and campaigning and said that the state must fund the polls.
He also divulged that close to Rs 50 lakh crore needs to come into India from Mauritius. He said that all those business and private individuals who have invested abroad are misusing the laws of the land. He said that if such tangible steps are taken to bring back the black money, the day will not be far when 1 Rupee will be equal to 50 US dollars and not the other way round.