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BJP condemns action against Ramdev

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Airing protest:BJP leaders blowing the conch at a protest against action on Baba Ramdev, in Mangalore on Sunday.

MANGALORE: Activists of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) here on Sunday protested against the action taken against Baba Ramdev in New Delhi on Saturday midnight.

The activists blew conches in front of the Town Hall. The BJP leaders condemned the action against women and children participating at Ramdev's “satyagraha”.

N. Yogish Bhat, Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, said Baba Ramdev's “satyagraha” was constitutional. Yet women and children at the venue were beaten up by the police. “Baba Ramdev was against corruption and he was asking that money stored in foreign banks should be brought back into the country,” he said.

Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, said the Centre had been trying to stop the “satyagraha”. Ganesh Karnik, MLC, said the events in Delhi were an insult to the Constitution.

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