Boycott Chinese Goods As China Helps Pakistan Through Profits It Earns From India: Ramdev

9:30 am 20 Oct, 2016


Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has appealed to all Indians to boycott all Chinese goods as he said that China makes money out of India and helps Pakistan.

Swami Ramdev/Twitter

Swami Ramdev/Twitter

Speaking at an event, he said this will put socio-economic pressure on the Chinese administration.

Talking about the ban on Pakistani artistes, Ramdev said, “Artistes are not terrorists. But do these people have no souls? They are only concerned about their films, earning crores and eating biryani. Why can’t they condemn the brutal killings of Indians in Uri or elsewhere?”

Ramdev also hailed the recent surgical strikes and said, “Eliminating the evil is not violence. I think (Prime Minister Narendra) Modiji will also decimate Dawood Ibrahim, Masood Azhar and Hafiz Saeed, so that people of this country forget any grudges they have with him with regard to black money and poverty alleviation… I tweeted to Modiji that he should talk about Buddha and yudhha (war) side by side. There can never be shanti (peace) without kranti (revolution).”

Swami Ramdev/Twitter

Swami Ramdev/Twitter

Earlier he had said that holding talks with Pakistan is of little use since its the neighbouring country’s prime minister is “impotent” and a “puppet” in the hands of its army.

On Modi government’s performance, he said, “A yogi should neither be happy nor unhappy. I am stuck somewhere in the middle.” He hoped that Modi becomes the most successful Prime Minister of India.

However, Ramdev, founder of Patanjali Ayurved which recorded a turnover of R5,000 crore in the last financial year, said he was open to the idea of holding yoga camps in Pakistan as “yoga is also an art”.

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Moreover, he also said that he is open to the idea of setting up a Patanjali unit in Pakistan, adding that “unlike the Pakistani artistes”, he was not going to “bring back any profits”. He said he would use the earnings for the welfare of the people in Pakistan.

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