Digvijay questions Sri Sri’s UP yatra
Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh, Tuesday, questioned Sri Sri Rav Shankar’s plan to take out an anti-corruption yatra from Uttar Pradesh.
New Delhi: Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh, Tuesday, questioned Sri Sri Rav Shankar’s plan to take out an anti-corruption yatra from Uttar Pradesh.
Taking a dig at the renowned spiritual guru, Singh tweeted: “Charity begins at home. Shouldn`t Sri Sri Ravi Shankar have begun his campaign from Karnatak? But then, love is blind!”
“Waiting to see Mayavatiji`s reaction when Sri Sriji speaks against corruption in UP,” he added.
On a self congratulatory mode, Singh who had earlier alleged that while Ramdev and Anna Hazare were "Plan A and B" of the RSS and BJP, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar was "Plan C", wrote, “Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on the Roll in UP against corruption! Again I have been proved correct. Anna/Gadkari want to me to go to mental asylum.”
On Team Anna, Digvijay tweeted: “For Anna`s Super Team. Na Khata na Bahi. Jo Kejriwal kahe woh sahi! (There are no records of the financial transactions, whatever Kejriwal will say is correct).”
He further added: “Super Team Anna to do an impossible Act. Return 40 Lakhs to unknown Donors. Only the Super Heroes can collect from unknown and return them.”