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NBW issued against Baba Ramdev for ‘we can behead Lakhs’ remark for Bharat Mata

June 15, 2017

Ramdev was speaking at Sadhbhavna Sammelan organised by RSS in Haryana’s Rohtak.

Ramdev to be arrested
Ramdev to be arrested

On Wednesday, a court in Rohtak, Haryana issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against yoga guru Ramdev for a violent remark made by him at a meeting which was interestingly called to promote Peace in Rohtak, which was a centre of violence during Jat quota stir.

Ramdev on 3rd April 2016, said that “We respect this country’s law & Constitution otherwise if anyone disrespects Bharat Mata, we’ve the capability of beheading not 1 but thousands & lakhs.”

Baba was speaking at an RSS organised ‘Sadhbhavna Sammelan’ i.e. meeting for peace in Rohtak.

The Court of Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) of Rohtak Harish Goyal had earlier issued a bailable warrant against Ramdev & summons for intentional insult with the intent to provoke breach of peace & criminal intimidation.

But, Ramdev failed to appear in the court both the times which moved the court to issue arrest warrant yesterday.

The next date of hearing in this case is scheduled for 3rd August.

The court took up this case the complaint of Subhash Batra, former Haryana minister of state for home affairs.

The former minister had 1st approached the police but they din’t take action, following which he went to court.

Interestingly the yoga guru Ramdev is the brand ambassador of the BJP govt. in Haryana.

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