Madurai, December 25: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Tuesday said that the political situation in the country is very difficult and we can't say who will be the next Prime Minister. Yoga guru made this statement while addressing to media in Tamil Nadu's Madurai. Baba Ramdev Says Bachelors Must be 'Honoured', Those With More Than 2 Children Should be 'Barred From Voting'.

"Political situation is very difficult, we can’t say who will be next PM. I’m not focusing on politics, I don’t support or oppose anyone. We don’t aim to make a communal or Hindu India, we want to make a spiritual India and world," Ramdev said. Baba Ramdev Says BJP Will 'Lose Trust' if Ram Mandir Not Built in Ayodhya Now.

Recently, Ramdev attacked veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah over his remark on mob violence.

"Naseeruddin Shah has earned his popularity due to a love of common people. I have not seen religious intolerance. I, of course, see political intolerance. I think accusing India of religious intolerance is equal to degrading country's pride," Baba Ramdev said. He further added, "Labelling one's own country with religious intolerance is akin to ungratefulness, disrespect and treason."

The 68-year-old actor had earlier said that the death of Cow is given more importance killing of Policemen. "There is complete impunity for those who take law into their own hands. In many areas we are witnessing that the death of a cow is more significant than that of a police officer," Shah said in an interview recently.

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