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Posted at: May 25, 2019, 7:22 AM; last updated: May 25, 2019, 7:22 AM (IST)

Baba’s tip to RaGa: Kapalbhati

Baba’s tip to RaGa: Kapalbhati
Baba Ramdev gives yoga tips to doctors at a function at the PGI in Chandigarh on Friday. Tribune Photo: Pradeep Tewari

Sandeep Rana
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 24

Baba Ramdev has advised Congress chief Rahul Gandhi to do “kapalbhati” and “anulom-vilom” post his Amethi debacle to keep himself in control. 

He also said by not contesting from Varanasi against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Priyanka Gandhi avoided her political death. “Had Rahul Gandhiji contested from only one seat, his career in politics would have been at risk. Also, had Priyankaji fought from Banaras, it would have been her political death in the very beginning of her political career. At least, the brother-sister made an intelligent move,” said Ramdev on the sidelines of an event at the PGI.

“Rahulji should do ‘kapalbhati’, ‘anulom-vilom’ and read the Bhagavad Gita so that he can keep himself in control. Modiji has already made him do ‘sirsasana’,” he said.

Appreciating the policies of the Modi government, Ramdev said: “People have voted for his intention and character. This verdict will not only have a bearing on next five years but also on 20-25 years after that. He has laid the foundation of a stronger India by launching more than 100 welfare schemes. We will 

compete with China, Japan, the US and Russia. The country will progress on the social, political and economic front.”

Though he defended the BJP decision to give ticket to Sadhvi Pragya, he did not approve of her recent statement on Nathuram Godse. 

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