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Country belongs to 125 crore Indians, not to one political party: Ramdev

Ramdev said that disruptive powers from outside the country would never want India to be economical, socially, politically and religiously stable.

Published: 26th January 2020 07:38 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2020 07:38 PM   |  A+A-

Yoga Guru Ramdev

Yoga Guru Ramdev (Photo | PTI)

By ANI

NEW DELHI: Yoga Guru Ramdev on Sunday said that India belongs to 125 crore citizens and not to one political party or ideology.

"This country doesn't belong to a certain political party or a political ideology. It belongs to 125 crore Indians. Only with the great effort from each and every individual, we'll be able to become a superpower," Ramdev told ANI.

India on Sunday celebrated 71st Republic Day.

"Each member of the society will have to play a crucial role to fight against the negative influence affecting the country," he said.

Speaking about the protest over CAA, he said: "The protest and demonstration that are taking place in the whole country with the intention to impede the harmony of the nation by anti-national forces."

The Yoga Guru also said that disruptive powers from outside the country would never want India to be economical, socially, politically and religiously stable.

"Because of the disruptive forces our economy is also getting affected," he added.

Ramdev further said the responsible citizens should create a positive atmosphere in order to lay a prosperous economic path for the country.

"In order to achieve Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream of 'new India' with USD 5 trillion economy, one must contribute from every direction to achieve the goal," he said.

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