Ramdev trying to gain `cheap publicity`: Ashok Gehlot

Rajasthan CM accused Baba Ramdev of trying to gain cheap publicity.

Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief minister Ashok
Gehlot on Monday accused Baba Ramdev of trying to gain cheap
publicity by levelling "false" allegations against UPA
chairperon Sonia Gandhi that the midnight police crackdown at
Delhi`s Ramlila Maidan was carried out at her behest.

"Ramdev`s statement, that the incident happened in New
Delhi at the behest of Sonia Gandhi and she will be
responsible if anything happens to him, is aimed at gaining
cheap publicity and shows vested interests," Gehlot said here.

"Opposition leaders often make false accusations
against the UPA chairperson to grab public attention but she
has nothing to do with these matters. She has always acted
against corruption and also inspired congress-ruled states to
work in this direction," Gehlot said.


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