Just later a day of controversy between Yoge Guru Baba Ramdev and Anna Team member Arvind Khejriwala over putting the corruption charges on Prime Minister, it seems that Ramdev’s controversial period has been started.
In another chain of issue attacked on Ramdev, Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh asks the yoga guru, firstly opened how much black money he raised before debate of his campaign over raise back black money slashed by Indians abroad.
“Everything of whatever I had said about Ramdev and Anna Hazare in past has come out to be true. There is a notice by ED on tax evasion against Ramdev. He (Ramdev) himself is in the dock but keeps talking about bringing black money back. First he should declare how much black money he has,” Singh told reporters while interacting with them.
A move is expected to be a political action to downing the Opposition party BJP because just after a day while a meeting on the BJP‘s support for Bring Back Black Money campaign held between BJP chief Nitin Gadkari and Ramdev in which it has been seen that BJP leader touching the feet of Ramdev.
Over this meeting, Singh remarked in front of media, “I was very happy to see Gadkari on the feet of Ramdev, who is facing an ED notice on tax evasion. So the BJP President is on Ramdev’s feet.”
But as per Gadkari, who took a bouquet for Yoge Guru while on meeting, called it a proud for him and based on our culture and tradition that tells us to respect and take his blessings.
Even not only BJP, Congress ally Sharad Pawar’s NCP also came front in support of Ramdev’s campaign and promise to file a fresh proposal before the government while up coming monsoon session of Parliament will started.
According to source report, there are several trusts of Yoge Guru that are under charge of I-T department in which a notice of Rs 58 crore has also raised against trusts, alleging duty evasion on its income raised through country-wide ‘yog shivirs’ (yoga camps).
Moreover, Ramdev dismissed all allegations and claiming government in wake to stop his campaign against corruption and blackmoney.