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RSS supporting Baba Ramdev's anti-graft stir, says Jagdish Tytler

Lucknow , Sat, 04 Jun 2011 ANI

Lucknow, June 4(ANI): Criticising yoga guru Baba Ramdev for holding an anti-graft stir, Congress leader Jagdish Tytler on Saturday said that the struggle was strongly supported by Hindu right-wing organization Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS).


Addressing mediapersons in Lucknow, Tytler said: "How many people from Delhi are participating in Baba Ramdev's stir? All the people who are there have brought bags and suitcases with them. He has called everyone from his camps in Uttar Pradesh and across the country on the pretext of providing yoga training to them."


"The RSS is giving its touch to the struggle, saying they support Ramdev's cause. RSS activists are attending the camp wearing their uniforms. Rithambara (senior RSS member Sadhvi Rithambara) is also present there," he added.


Earlier in the day, Ramdev began his indefinite hunger strike in New Delhi, in a bid to trigger government action on the issues of corruption and black money stashed in offshore accounts.


The yoga guru, who runs a 40 million dollar global yoga and health empire and has millions of followers across the nation, has been an ardent vocal critic of the government's policies.


Baba Ramdev's graft stir has been giving sleepless nights to the Central government, whose senior leaders have slammed him on several forums in the past few days, alleging his struggle is politically motivated. (ANI)


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