Disciples of yoga guru involved in graft fight say they expect him in city next month to inspire and bless candidates shortlisted by Pune Nagrik Sanghatana
Baba Ramdev's agitation might have been disrupted by the police at the Ram Lila grounds in Delhi early in June this year, but that does not mean he has given up his fight against corruption.
Now, the newly formed Pune Nagrik Sanghatana (PNS) has decided to get the yoga guru's nod for clean candidates shortlisted by it before they contest the PMC poll in February.
Ramdev Baba and Anna Hazare. Followers of the two anti-corruption crusaders have decided that the best way to take the movement forward is to get non-corrupt people into politics. File PICS
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