I will continue fight against corruption: Sri Sri

Digvijay Singh has alleged that the anti-corruption stir by Anna Hazare, Ramdev and Sri Sri were part of an over-all plan of RSS-BJP.

Chennai: Brushing aside Congress General
Secretary Digvijay Singh`s remarks linking his anti-corruption
fight to RSS-BJP, spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravishankar on Thursday
asserted he would continue his battle against graft.

"A law is necessary. However, a law alone cannot bring
down corruption. A moral and spiritual wave has to be
created," he said in a statement here responding to Singh`s
allegations.

Ravishankar, founder of Art of Living, said he had been
speaking against corruption and would continue to fight
against it. Even yesterday, he had administered oath to one
lakh people to not give or take bribe, he said.

Singh has alleged that the anti-corruption stir by Anna
Hazare, Ramdev and Sri Sri were part of an over-all plan of
RSS-BJP to divert attention from Sangh`s "terror links".

The AICC General Secretary said while Ramdev and Hazare
were plan A and B of the Sangh-BJP, Sri Sri was Plan C. He
warned Sri Sri that he too could be used by them.

PTI

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