SC to yoga guru Ramdev, 'Whatever said for allopathy and doctors, file it in court'
Yoga guru Ramdev has approached the Supreme Court against the FIRs registered in different parts of the country for commenting on allopathy
In the matter of remarks on allopathy, the Supreme Court asked Yoga Guru Ramdev to file whatever he said about allopathy and doctors. The matter will come up for hearing next week. During the hearing, a 3-judge bench headed by Chief Justice (CJI) NV Ramana, Ramdev's lawyer Mukul Rohatgi said, Swami Ramdev is a public figure, Ramdev has not given any statement about doctors. Various FIRs have been registered across the country on Ramdev. We want all of them to be clubbed and transferred to Delhi.
It is worth noting that yoga guru Ramdev has approached the Supreme Court against the FIR registered in different parts of the country for his remarks on allopathy. He has challenged the cases registered against him by filing a writ petition. The yoga guru has said that multiple cases cannot be registered for the same thing. The petition has demanded that the cases registered in Patna and Raipur be attached and transferred to Delhi for the hearing together. Also, pending proceedings on the FIR registered in Patna and Raipur should be stopped. In May, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and doctors had reacted strongly after Swami Ramdev's statement about allopathy doctors in corona treatment went viral, after which the Patna and Raipur units of IMA also registered an FIR against Swami Ramdev.