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Modiji didn’t divide the nation: Baba Ramdev on Rahul Gandhi’s ‘two Indias’ comment

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Siraj Qureshi

A day after Congress chief Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of dividing the nation and creating two sorts of individuals, Baba Ramdev stated Modiji didn’t divide the nation.

While addressing a public rally as part of the Congress’s Bharat Jodo marketing campaign at Aluva in Kerala’s Ernakulam district, Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of dividing the nation and creating two sorts of individuals.

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“Two types of India have been created under Modi rule. One India of a few billionaires control the whole India’s business, and they can fulfil their dreams easily. There is another India of millions of people who are farmers, labourers, small business owners, tea shop owners, IT professionals and none of them are able to fulfil their dreams,” Rahul stated.

Reacting to Rahul Gandhi’s assertion, Baba Ramdev stated, “Modiji did not divide the country and no one person can unite India. Uniting a country means the country is broken, but India is already united.”

There has been a fall within the costs of oil within the nation, however the costs of ghee are touching the sky. On this, Patanjali Group founder Baba Ramdev stated, “Oil prices have come down all over the country, this is a good sign for the consumers, but it is a different matter that ghee has become expensive.”

Baba Ramdev was at a non-public firm’s programme in an area resort in Agra.

Baba Ramdev, nonetheless, refused to just accept that there’s a worry of recession within the nation. Denying the potential of a recession in India, he stated, “Elections are still too far in 2024, but India is moving ahead with its unity, integrity, and sovereignty. There was no big challenge before India. It is a different matter that in the whole world, there is a phase of recession, and countries all over the world are trying to get out of this recession. But there is no major impact of the recession in India yet.”

Speaking on non secular sabotage, Baba Ramdev stated, “Temples are being razed in England. This sabotage is being done by some nefarious people of Pakistan who call themselves Islamic leaders. These people are doing it in Britain because they can’t do it in India. Religious sabotage should end all over the world.”

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