If I have black money, make it national property: Ramdev

Jun 27, 2011

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who
fasted earlier this month against mounting
corruption in the country, said here Sunday
that if any black money was found with him,
it could be declared national property.
"If the government finds any black money
with me, they can declare it national
property," Ramdev said while addressing a
press conference in the Capital.
Weeks after he was forced to quit Delhi,
Baba Ramdev returned here Sunday to meet
Raj Bala, 51, who is at the GB Pant Hospital
since suffering spinal injuries in a police
crackdown on the yoga guru post midnight
June 4.
"Behen Raj Bala is in very critical condition.
Only a miracle can save her once the
ventilator is removed," he said.
"This government is not only corrupt but
also cruel. If I had not asked the people to
stay calm, there would have been a pool of
dead bodies," he added.
Delhi Police broke up his fast against
corruption and black money stashed abroad
at the Ramlila ground here, dispersing
thousands of men and women using force
and tear gas. Many suffered injuries. Raj Bala
was one of them.
He was asked to leave Delhi and banned
from entering the city for 15 days. Ramdev
continued his fast in Haridwar and
Dehradun till June 12.