The Commission has cautioned all state Chief Electoral Officers to check the antecedents of the organisers before granting permission to hold such camps or shivirs.
Congress MLC Mohan Joshi has approached the EC to count the advertising expenses on TV programmes of Yoga guru Ramdev as BJP’s election expenditure.
It is now clear that Modi will have no public programme at Nagpur.
Ramdev, who had said he would ensure 20 crore votes for the BJP, asked people to vote for a stable government in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Yoga guru Ramdev repeated his promise to bring black money back to the country.
Dismissing the possibility of emergence of third front during the forthcoming general elections, Ramdev said they neither have policies nor leadership.
With several voices including those of some BJP leaders, yoga guru Ramdev and even some economists pitching for abolition of all tax.
He also took a dig at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for refusing to recognise him and reminded him that he had in recent past declared him as “Brand Ambassador of Bihar”. He also marked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as “Nausikhiya” (amateur) and his austerity measures as “Dikhawa” (show).
Ramdev urged Modi to abolish all direct and indirect taxes to stem corruption and black money.
Emergence of Aam Adami Party (AAP) in Delhi is just a reflection of mood of the people,Ramdev said.
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British authorities yet to explain reasons for detention of Ramdev.
He was on his way back from the US after attending a conference of world religions to mark the 120th anniversary of Swami Vivekandanda.
Ramdev pointed out that the countrys borders are not safe. There are threats from within and outside.
Ramdev said innocent Muslims being branded terrorists was unfortunate.