"Not only people from Chhindwara but people from the
central government too will take part in Ramdev's satyagraha
against corruption," Nath said in Chhindwara, about 337 km
from Bhopal, after participating in the yoga guru's camp.
Congress general secretary and senior leader from the
state, Digivijay Singh, recently took a jibe at Ramdev saying
that the former's fast was a 'stunt' and would ultimately turn
out to be a flop.
"Many people turned up to persuade Anna Hazare to give
up his fast but it is possible that no one might come to the
aid of Ramdev. It will be better if he doesn't observe the
fast," Singh said last week.
In contrast, heaping praise on Ramdev, Nath today said
Ramdev had revived the discipline of yoga.
Ramdev ushered in "a revolution" in the field of yoga
and this had strengthened India, Nath added.
The yoga guru is planning to launch the nationwide
protest against the issues of corruption and black money
stashed in foreign banks from June 4 at Ramleela Maidan in
Chhindwara: Expressing his support
to the proposed 'satyagraha' of yoga guru Baba Ramdev, Union
Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath today said central
government too will take part in his movement against
First Published: Monday, May 23, 2011, 14:12