Baba Ramdev advises his followers to protest without fasting

Baba Ramdev
Haridwar, Jun 7: Once beaten (pun intended) twice shy, probably this is what is going through the minds of yoga guru Baba Ramdev after being forced to end his protest fast against corruption on Jun 4. He has now asked his followers to fight against corruption, but not to fast for that.

However, he himself will continue with the fast. He was interacting with the media at his ashram in Haridwar to reveal his action plan to continue the protest against corruption.

Speaking about his fight against corruption, he said, "Anna Hazare is a social activist and our leader. He was with us earlier and will remain with us. The nature of the campaign has changed. I continue my fast. I have asked my people to fight without fasting."

Continuing his tirade against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, he said, "The PM as a person is honest but questions are arising on his honesty as a politician."

He didn't spare the Delhi police and said, "The police have destroyed the CCTV that were installed and the recording taken away forcibly and edited to give a wrong impression to the people".

Keeping up with his moral high ground, the Yoga guru said that he has forgiven those who planned to kill him, but he isn't ready yet to pardon those who have betrayed the nation.

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