Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev Launches Bharat Swabhimaan Political Party

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has launched his own political party, which, he claimed, will cleans the political system, said media reports.

“Next Lok Sabha elections will have candidates from Bharat Swabhimaan contesting elections in all 545 Lok Sabha seats,” Baba Ramdev was quoted as saying in New Delhi.

He said that there was a plan to enroll some 7 to 10 lack members in each parliamentary constituency of the country, who would, acting as a corrective force, decide who should be elected to Parliament from that particular constituency, said reports.

Ramadev, however, made it clear that he would neither contest elections nor accept any political rank, reports said.

He asserted that if Indian black money stashed away in foreign banks was brought back, the country would become a super power soon, said reports.

“Around Rs 300 lakh crore of black money should be brought back and invested in developmental activities. As soon as the black money stashed away comes back, India will become the second most powerful economy. We have to get the money back by 2020,” Ramdev was quoted as saying.

Baba snubbed BSP supremo Mayawati for accepting a multi-crore garland in her party’s rally in Lucknow on Monday, reports said.

“People like Mayawati are always worried. The country’s wealth should be used for betterment of Dalits and poor, and should not to be used as garlands to decorate the neck,” he was quoted as saying.

Ramdev requested the government to crack down on people who claim to be religious gurus but have been found to be involved in illegal and immoral activities, reports said.

“What is the meaning of ichchadhari? It is evident some of them are corrupt and are conning people. These days there are many people who are conning people in the name of faith. They must be punished. The government must bring in more stringent laws to punish such people,” he was quoted as saying.

(Based on media reports)

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