Ramdev should have been turned back from airport: Omar
Srinagar: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, on Sunday said the initial decision of the Government of India to turn Baba Ramdev back from the New Delhi Airport on June 1 should have been implemented.
“Having read that the Government had decided to turn Ramdev back from the airport itself, I can’t help but think that’s what should have been done,” Omar wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.Com.
Omar had yesterday that the yoga guru’s concerns about corruption and black money were legitimate, but his demands for ending his fast were unrealistic.
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