`BJP supporting Ramdev to get political mileage`

Accusing the BJP of fishing in troubled waters by extending support to Baba Ramdev, Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad Monday said the opposition party is trying to extract political mileage.

New Delhi: Accusing the BJP of fishing in
troubled waters by extending support to Baba Ramdev, Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad Monday said the opposition party does
not have any sympathy for the yoga guru and is trying to
extract political mileage.

"BJP is fishing in troubled waters. They have no
sympathy for Baba Ramdev," Azad told reporters.

He also accused the RSS of trying to divert attention
from Malegaon blasts and other such issues by supporting
Ramdev.

On timing of the police crackdown, the Union Health Minister said it was a matter pertaining to the law enforcement agency.

It was a betrayal on Ramdev`s part to not keep the
promise he made during the negotiations with the government,
he said.

PTI

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