PM’s honesty not enough, Cabinet needs to be clean: Ramdev
New Delhi: Observing a day-long fast with anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare at Jantar Mantar here, yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Sunday asked the government to bring back black money stashed abroad and pitched for a strong Lokpal Bill to check corruption across the country.
Addressing the crowd gathered at Jantar Mantar, the yoga guru said that the people were not paid to attend the protest, but they are here to support the cause and eradicate corruption.
Hitting out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Ramdev said though he is personally clean but he also needs to have a clean Cabinet.
“The prime minister said that ‘I am honest’, but the country does not see you as an individual,” said Ramdev.
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