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“I will not hesitate to expose politicians”: Ramdev

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He also took a dig at now-jailed Ram Rahim and Asaram. He said, “Whether Ram Rahim or Asaram, it is all about character. A saint should behave like a saint if he wants respect,” he said.

Yoga guru Ramdev said that he will never hesitate to expose politicians. He also said that 99% of the politicians are imposters.

Ramdev was addressing a gathering at Kishangadh Gurukul, where he is President. He also said that he does not want to join politics but if he gets a chance, he will expose corrupt politicians. “I have no intention of joining politics. 99% politicians in the country are imposters. But I will never hesitate in exposing corrupt politicians whenever I get a chance,” Ramdev said.

Lashing out at fake godmen and astrologers, he said people should not fall prey to tactics of such self- styled babas who claim that they know the future. Yoga Guru Ramdev said, “If a “If a certain baba claims to know your future, hide his shoes and ask him if he can tell where they are kept. He wouldn’t know his own future and make money by telling yours,” Ramdev said.

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Shashi Tharoor accuses BJP of destroying the ‘idea of India’

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New Delhi | Congress Leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday while condemning the attack at his office accused BJP of “destroying the idea of India and accepting pluralism”. Tharoor also criticised the recent attack on social activist Swami Agnivesh.

Speaking in Lok Sabha during the Monsoon session, Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor said, “It (attack on office) wasn’t only an attack on constitutionally provided office but a larger attempt by ruling party to destroy the idea of India and accepting pluralism. Swami Agnivesh was also attacked. We shouldn’t stand by as mob lynching and hooliganism rule democracy.”

Earlier Shashi Tharoor who sparked a controversy after his “Hindu Pakistan” comment, earlier today again attacked the BJP-led Centre and questioned whether they are trying to start “Taliban in Hinduism”.

Tharoor while addressing a public gathering earlier on Wednesday in Thiruvananthapuram said, “They are asking me to go to Pakistan. Who has given them the right to decide that I am not a Hindu like them and I don’t have the right to stay in the country? Have they started a Taliban in Hinduism?”

Earlier on Monday, Tharoor accused the Bharatiya Janata Party Yuva Morcha (BJYM) of vandalising his constituency office in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram.

 

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BJP must take blame for shabby arrangement at PM’s rally in West Bengal: TMC

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The BJP should take the blame for the “shabby arrangement” at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally at Midnapore in West Bengal where 90 people were injured due to the collapse of a canopy, TMC member Saugata Roy said in the Lok Sabha.

“The prime minister addressed the Kisan Kalyan rally in Midnapore. People were brought in from Jharkhand, Odisha.

During the rally, a tent collapsed leaving 90 people injured, of which 50 were women. BJP had organised the rally. They must take the blame for the shabby arrangement for the prime minister’s rally,” Ray said during Zero Hour.

A make-shift tent collapsed during Modi’s rally in West Bengal’s Midnapore district on June 16, following which the Centre sought a report from the West Bengal government.

The tent was erected next to the main entrance of the rally venue to shelter people from the rain and the incident happened when Modi was mid-way through his speech.

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Spearate statehood for North Karnataka not a solution, believes BS Yeddyurappa

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Shivmogga | Former Chief Minister of Karnataka and BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa on Wednesday while criticising the growing demand of the separate statehood of North Karnataka said that such demand will not lead to any solution.

The Karnataka BJP chief further suggested that the current Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) coalition government should work towards the development of the state instead.

Several North Karnataka leaders accused the state government of having done injustice to the region in its state budget and demanded separate statehood came after

Speaking to media, Yeddyurappa said that “The state government should issue a white paper on the internal status of the state. People need to understand the situation of the state. This can explain the last government’s rule.”

“There is no consensus on the separate state demand. Nobody should talk about a separate state. If there is no development then fight and work for the development of Karnataka. A separate state is not a solution. It is wrong if any party claims it,” he added.

Earlier, criticising the state budget Senior Congress leader H K Patil wrote a letter to Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy. He accused the Chief Minister of ignoring the minorities in the budget.

Former Minister Patil stated that people in north Karnataka are disappointed with Congress-JD(S) coalition government’s first budget that had no new plans for the development of the region.

In its first budget, the Congress-JD(S) government announced Rs 34,000-crore farm loan waiver and price hike in fuel, power tariffs and excise duty on Indian-made alcohol.

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