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India should reclaim Pakistan occupied Kashmir, says Yoga guru Ramdev

Says all problems arise from Pakistan is because of PoK, hence India should immediately reclaim PoK

Press Trust of India  |  Motihari 

India should reclaim Pakistan occupied Kashmir, says Yoga guru Ramdev

Yoga guru today said that India should immediately (PoK) as it was the root cause of all the problems emanating from Pakistan.

"All the problems emanating from Pakistan is because of and hence India should immediately PoK," Ramdev said.

He said India should destroy all terrorist camps operating from

Yoga guru was talking to reporters on the third and concluding a day of a three-day yoga-cum-meditation camp organised by his Patanjali as part of Champaran Satyagraha centenary celebrations here at historic Gandhi Maidan.

Holding terrorists like Azhar Masood, Hafiz Sayeed, Dawood Ibrahim responsible for bloodshed at the Indo-Pak border, Ramdev said that these terrorists should be handed over to India, dead or alive.

He, however, praised the people of Pakistan saying that they were good and peace loving people except for some bad elements who believe in bloodshed.

Replying to a query on human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, Ramdev said that Indian army personnel too had their human rights.

In reply to another question, he said that Patanjali Yogpeeth would set up a unit in Bihar to process products like jaggery, honey and litchi among others this year.

Besides, Ramdev said that Patanjali would also start work on 'cow research and promotion centre' in Bihar in near future.

Ramdev heaped praise on the Nitish government's decision to implement prohibition in the state and said that 'yoga education' be included in the government and private schools in the state.

The inclusion of yoga as part of education would help better the future of students, he said while making it clear that "Yoga is not a political agenda at all.

First Published: Sat, June 10 2017. 19:45 IST