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Ramdev called to join hands in fight against corruption

A free yoga camp was held on February 21 at Chowkidinghee with a huge gathering in the early morning. Swami Ramdev addresses the gathering and said that in 64 years since Independence corrupt politicians have robbed the nation. He said in these long period since our Independence we are yet to have our own set of laws to deal with crime and corruption. Swamiji called for a jury-based justice delivery system, as is practiced in many countries. He also called upon all to join hands in the fight against corruption in a non-violent way.


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