Baba Ramdev “Movement against Black Money” at RamLeela Maidan Delhi.

Baba Ramdev movement against black money at Ram Leela Maidan and update on its happenings.

Yog Guru Ramdev Baba has started his hunger strike today(4th June) at 7:00 am in the morning at Ram Leela Maidan, Delhi. With an expected gathering of 1 Lakh and more present in the Maidan and about 600+ districts with many cities also joining this movement in order to fight back against the Corruption Movement.

Yog Guru Ramdev has proved that he has huge following in the country and also other parts of world who are supporting this movement in order to bring back the black money to country. According to Baba Ramdev, it is about 4 lakh crores rupees stored in foreign banks which belong to the country. Once brought back, India will become the super power of the world.

Baba Ramdev has got supported from all religious leaders be it Muslims, Jain, Christian, Sikh and any religion. Everyone has joined together in order to support and move forward with the movement. This will be one of the most historic movements in the history of India and also in Delhi.

There are many question raised on Baba Ramdev hunger strike like:

1) How did he get fund for this huge agitation?
2) Baba owns 1000 crore of property, from where did he get?
3) Baba wants to enter politics and he is looking for highest position in the country.
4) Baba too has black money stored and Government wants his account to be audited.

Congress leaders Pranab Mukherjee, Kapil Sibal, Shakeel Ahmed, Finance Minister and Prime Ministerhave holding up the meeting on how to resolve the issue and see that the agitation does not move ahead and there is nationwide agitation starts.

There has already been first and second round talks with Baba Ramdev and there about 90% of demand being accepted by the Government.

Congress is questioning Baba Ramdev as when his demand have been accepted then why he is continuing with the Hunger Strike

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