Ramdev Opposes Bringing PM Under Ambit of Lokpal

Sehore (MP)/New Delhi, May 31 (PTI) Differences appeared to have cropped up in the civil society over the demand for inclusion of the Prime Minister and higher judiciary in the Lokpal Bill with Baba Ramdev opposing such a move.

The yoga guru, to whom the government deputed the topmost tax official to convince him on the steps taken by government against black money, wondered at a press conference in Sehore how top positions like the Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India could be brought under the ambit of Lokpal.

"The posts of Prime Minister and CJI are highly dignified and should not come under the ambit of the Lokpal Bill," he told reporters here.

At the same time, he said that he did not want to go into the controversial issue and involve himself in a public debate on that.


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  • Satish Chandra, Toronto

    Tue, May 31 2011

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