Narendra Modi expected to share dais with Ramdev in Delhi
Zee Media Bureau/Himanshu Kapoor
New Delhi: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev will be addressing a rally in the national capital on Sunday and has invited Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to share the dais with him. A fitting reply to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s remark that the BJP`s prime ministerial candidate will be disastrous for the country will be on the cards.
Ramdev had yesterday extended issued-based support to Modi but said that he needs to know the policies of Modi ahead of 2014 General Elections and stressed the Modi should promise to bring back black money stashed abroad and to declare it a national asset.
If policies of Modi and character of the BJP, in favour of bringing back the black money and tackling the corruption in this country, then we will be making an announcement regarding this year`s Lok Sabha elections,” Ramdev had said.
Modi is likely to speak on the conditions set by Ramdev on his supoort in the upcoming Lok Sabha election in the second quarter of this year.
Along with Modi, BJP president Rajnath Singh, party leader Arun Jaitley have also been invited to put forward their opinions in the discussion.
Reacting on the PM`s comment on Modi, Ramdev said that instead of the BJP`s prime ministerial candidate the grand old Congress party was disastrous for the nation.
The yoga guru blamed the wrong economic policies employed by the Congress as the reason behind rising inflation and presented his economic vision demanding the abolition of all the taxes across the country.
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