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PM, judiciary should be brought under Lokpals ambit: Digvijay

08:50 AM Jun 02, 2019 |

Says Babas fast a nautanki

OUR STAFF REPORTER BHOPAL

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All India Congress Committee ( AICC) general secretary and former chief minister Digvijay Singh is of the view that Prime Minister and judiciary should come under the limit of Lokpal Bill but there should be provision in the bill that Lokpal should not misuse his position. He also took a dig at Baba Ramdevs decision to continue the satyagraha against the corruption and said that if he wanted to continue the movement why ended the fast.

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Speaking to media persons at airport on Sunday, Singh added that Baba Ramdev should answer the question that if he wanted to break the hunger strike then why he had gone on hunger strike. He described Baba Ramdevs fast as a alt147 nautankialt148. He was of the view that Centre should continue the probe against Baba Ramdevs property.

According to Singh, probe should be carried out into the allegations of money laundering and other works done by Baba Ramdev. He alleged that Baba Ramdev was turning black money into white money.

In Guna, Singh had demanded that Baba Ramdev should clear where he got information from in connection with black money stashed in foreign banks.

According to him, it is not an easy work to bring back black money. Earlier, Singh has gone to the house of former Member of Parliament Rameshwar Neekra to express grief on untimely death of Neekhras son.

In the meantime, Singh requested Anna Hazare to participate in the meeting to prepare draft for proposed Lokpal bill. Asked to comment on BJP minorities convention, Singh said that he welcomes anyone who thinks for the welfare of minorities.

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