According to sources, the factor that worked in Patanjali’s favour is the promised fund of Rs 21 crore for which it has already given a bank guarantee. This is reliably learnt to be the highest among the three applicants.
The Haridwar-based Trust is among the private players that have responded to the ‘Expression of Interest’ (EoI), released by Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Vedavidya Pratishthan (MSRVP) on February 11, inviting applications for setting up the Bharatiya Shiksha Board (BSB).
A bachelor himself, he told media that such people should not be allowed to contest elections, denied admissions in governments schools, not be allowed to seek treatment in a government hospital and not allowed to take up government jobs.
Addressing media on his arrival at Madurai international airport, Ramdev said: “Now in India... in 2019... the political situation is very difficult. We cannot say who will be the next PM...or who will lead the country."
Shimla, Feb 24 (ANI): Revenue and Health Minister of Himachal Pradesh Kaul Singh Thakur said the land allotted to Ramdev by the BJP government has been vested in government’s property and lease has been cancelled. The BJP regime made a 28 acres land lease in favour of Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust at Sadhupul in Solan. The Maharashtra government has also allotted more than 600 acres of land to the Patanajli Yogpeeth.