Ramdev says he is being victimised
New Delhi: Alleging that he is being
"victimised" for raising issues like black money and
corruption, Yoga guru Ramdev on Saturday said he was willing to put
behind the past and talk to the Government if it takes a clear
stand on three issues including change in the system.
Addressing a press conference here, Ramdev also
indirectly attacked the Congress, saying except one party at
the Centre no other political outfit has a problem in
declaring black money as national wealth.
"For a long time I have been talking about black money
and corruption. For this reason, several officials from
different agencies have been deputed against me and my
supporters. They have set the CBI after my aide Balkrishna,"
"Students are not being allowed in our Ayurvedic
college. We are being victimised in different ways," he said.
However, the Yoga guru also sought to reach out to the
Congress and Government, saying he was ready to forget "old
"We are ready to forget old issues and we can talk to
them, but they need to clear their stand on three issues -
black money, corruption, change in the system," he said.
Ramdev was apparently referring to the late night swoop
on his fast at Ramlila Maidan by the Delhi Police on June 5
that resulted in injuries to several people. The yoga guru was
bundled out of Delhi after the incident.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- DNA: US army's joint exercise with Indian Army and their consolation on Uri attack
- DNA: Analysis of Indus water treaty between India and Pakistan
- India to activate lazer walls on LOC to stop infiltration
- India- America joint military exercise begins in Ranikhet
- EPFO to launch new online system for pensions and PFs soon
- Donald Trump praises Hindu community's contributions to US
- Five takeaways from Sushma Swaraj's speech at UN General Assembly
- Reliance Jio impact: Vodafone offers 10 GB data at 1 GB rate
- 7 scenarios Pak will face directly if India scraps Indus Waters Treaty – Read details
- REALITY CHECK of WhatsApp message: How common man can sign petition to declare Pakistan a terror state