Shaheen Bagh & Delhi Riots Are Result Of Poison Between Ideologies: Baba Ramdev

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Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev has said on Saturday that Shaheen Bagh and Delhi riots are a result of "poison spread between the faiths in name of ideology"

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

Days after the Delhi violence, Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev has said on Saturday that Shaheen Bagh and Delhi riots are a result of "poison spread between the faiths in name of ideology." He said it is the responsibility of all to dilute this. He said: "I don't think one person is responsible. There are small groups, who are instigating people due to various ideologies. They are everywhere. Only one individual or only one person is not responsible. In name of ideology, in name of faith, everyone is instigating. And the result of it is Shaheen Bagh and Delhi's violence. And we need to dilute this poison."

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Hegde and Ramachandran stressed that they were not going to impose any decision on them. Instead, they expressed hope that the protesters would embrace positive solutions for the best interest of the country. Moreover, the interlocutors conveyed their willingness to meet once the protesters were ready with a possible resolution of the current situation. Earlier, thy submitted their mediation report in a sealed cover to the SC.  

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