March in UK to support Baba Ramdev
London: A group claiming to be a "politically neutral pressure group" has organised a march here in support of Indian yoga expert Baba Ramdev`s campaign against corruption on Saturday.
The group, called `Action Against Corruption`, is described as a UK-based not-for-profit organisation.
A press release about the march was issued by Hindu Council UK, which was set up in 1994 to represent the Hindu community in the UK.
As per the release, the march will begin on Saturday outside the Brent Indian Association in Wembley, and then proceed to the new Sanatan Hindu Mandir, and return to the association premises.
A video presentation on Baba Ramdev and his Bharat Swabhiman Trust is scheduled, besides messages of support from Indian community leaders in the UK. The event is to be covered by Aastha TV.
The group said it will "offer moral and material support" for investigation into "black money stashed in foreign banks", and seeks to "actively maintain a link to all political parties in India which are committed to fight corruption".
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