"Still I have not become a full-time politician. I have not announced my party. I don't want to talk anything about politics (now)," he told reporters here at the Dayanand Saraswati Ashram, where he will do meditation for a few days.
He said he has come to the Himalayas on a spiritual journey and it has nothing to do with his starting a political party.
"This is not the first time... I have come here many times. Spiritualism is to realise oneself," he said.
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