The yoga teacher did not rule out forming his own party, saying,"wait for three-four month things would be clear."
The anti-corruption activist Kejriwal today announced forming his party in New Delhi.
When asked about the Kejriwal's party, Ramdev said,"Let them form the party, let the manifesto come, anyone can form political party in a minute."
"But the crux of the matter is how many supporters do you get," he said here.
Vowing to continue his agitation on the issues of black money and corruption, Ramdev claimed he would send at least four hundred MPs to Parliament once he floats his party.
"I am firm on the issue of black money and corruption, and we will defeat those who oppose us on these matters in elections," Ramdev said while relaunching his campaign on these issues here on the occasion of 'Gandhi Jayanti'.
"We will send at least four hundred MPs to the Parliament," he said.
Haridwar: Appearing sceptical about the new political outfit floated by Arvind Kejriwal, Yoga guru Ramdev Tuesday said it takes a minute to form a political party but "how many people follow you is the key."
First Published: Tuesday, October 02, 2012, 19:30