Amidst his yoga session with the BSF jawans, Baba Ramdev on Sunday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as “vikas-purush” (man of development) and said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s comparison with him is “not logical”.
“Modi and Nitish’s comparison is not logical. And in terms of development, Modi is vikas-purush, while Nitish is too ‘bauna’ (very small),” Ramdev told reporters in Jailsalmer at BSF campus.
“Bihar and its people have emerged above the the caste lines, and now ‘sushashan’ (good governance) is the election issue,” he said. Modi government should work hard to bring black money back to India. People want results on this, he advised.
Ramdev arrived at Jaislamer on Thursday and has been staying at the BSF guest house under heavy security. On Saturday he went to the border, including Longewala, the iconic battleground of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. On Sunday forenoon he left for Jodhpur.