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Baba Ramdev faces angry protesters at Jodhpur airport, forced to flee

Baba Ramdev faces angry protesters at Jodhpur airport, forced to flee

NEW DELHI: Self-styled Yoga guru and Patanjali founder Baba Ramdev faces the wreck of angry protesters at Jodhpur airport. Baba Ramdev, who came to inaugurate Patanjali Village Industries in Alwar in Rajasthan, had to face heavy opposition at the airport. The video of the incident gone viral.

In the video Ramdev comes out of the airport as soon as the people standing outside started performing against them. People have accused Baba of not bringing back black money. Protesters demand him to bring black money before coming to Rajasthan.

However, Ramdev returns to the airport after heavy protest. It is worth mentioning that Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurveda Limited will now step in the textile industry after establishing a market of Ayurvedic, herbal and household products.

Earlier this week Ramdev caught in the controversy after saying cow urine should be acceptable to Muslims too as something used for treatment.

“It is written in Quran that cow urine can be used for treatment. Some people are targeting Patanjali by saying that it is a Hindu company. Did I ever target Hamdard (set up by the Hamid brothers)?

“I have full support for Hamdard, and Himalaya drug company too. Farooq bhai of the Himalaya group even donated land to me for setting up yoga gram. If some people level such charges, they will only be creating a wall of hate,” Ramdev told India TV’s Rajat Sharma in the TV show Aap Ki Adalat.

The show will be telecast on Saturday night, according to a press release issued by the channel.

He said he has already prepared a plan of succession for his Rs 10,000 crore Patanjali group, saying that his “successor” would be a team of nearly 500 sadhus trained by him.

The 52-year-old yoga guru said: “I never think small. I think big. I think about our nation 500 years hence. I think about Patanjali group for the next 100 years. I will be leaving my successor when I go.”

“My successor will not be a businessman or a worldly man, it will be a team of nearly 500 sadhus whom I have trained.”

The Aap Ki Adalat show with Swami Ramdev was organised at the AIMA convention, and was attended by corporate bigwigs, CEOs of Indian and multinational companies and management experts.