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Digvijay Singh speaking in the language of demon king Ravan: Baba Ramdev

Noida, Fri, 28 Oct 2011 ANI

Noida, Oct 28 (ANI): Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has said that Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh is habitual of speaking in the language of the demon king Ravan.


"Today, how many followers we do have and how many followers do they have who are speaking the language of Ravan? How much support is with those people who follow Ravan and how much support we have, who follow the footprints of Ram (Hindu god). What is their value, the people of the country will let them know ," Ramdev told the media here.


"Those people, whose character is unworthy, to comment on them, I think I would spoil my own tongue. That's why I have never commented on them and would continue not to comment on the matter," he added.


Singh had earlier accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of conspiring in a phased manner by using veteran social activist Anna Hazare, Ramdev and spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravishankar as medium for promoting the of nationwide anti-corruption campaign.


Singh has earlier tweeted that it is now Sri Sri Ravi Shanker's turn to launch campaign against the government. Campaign against Congress by Baba Ramdev had crashed as it failed to appeal to people. Referring to Anna Hazare's campaign he raised a question mark without saying whether it failed or succeeded. (ANI)


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