Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
on Sunday condemned the attack on yoga guru Ramdev and said such
incidents set a bad precedent.
"One may disagree with another`s view, but none should
stifle the voice of opposition. It sets a bad precedent," he
told reporters here.
"The intention of those who throw black ink or shoes on
others in public is to draw media attention," Kumar said.
One Kamran Siddiqui, a resident of Delhi, had thrown
black ink on Ramdev`s face at a press conference yesterday.