June 20, 2021


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‘Even their father can’t be arrested’ is Ramdev’s challenge

Yoga guru Ramdev has directly challenged the administration to arrest him this time after making controversial remarks about allopathic medicine and allopathic doctors. He was heard saying this in a video shared through social media on Thursday.

Earlier, a defamation suit worth Tk 1,000 crore was filed against Ramdev over the controversial remarks. This time, challenging the administration, she said, “Even their father cannot arrest Swami Ramdev.”

Pointing to the central government, she said her father would not be able to arrest her husband Ramdev. They are doing all the trends in ‘Thug Ramdev’, ‘Mahathag Ramdev’, ‘Arrested Ramdev’ on the net. Let them do it. My people are used to seeing all this. He threw away the challenge of arrest with a kind of smile.

At a recent event, Ramdev was heard to say that millions of people in India have died in the Corona situation just because of allopathic medicines. This number is much higher than the number of deaths due to lack of oxygen or lack of treatment. Not only that, he also called allopathy a ‘bankruptcy’ and a ‘stupid treatment’.
Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have signed left-back Omar Richards from English second division club Reading. Although Richards’ contract to join Bayern has been finalized long ago, the German giant club confirmed the transfer on Thursday. The 23-year-old Richards has signed a four-year deal, according to a Bayern press release.

In Bayern, Richards will get the number 3 jersey to wear. Legendary stars like Xavi Alonso and Bicente Lizarazu have worn it before. “It’s a great honor for me to join Bayern,” said Richards. It’s like a dream come true. I am proud to have the opportunity to wear the jersey of one of the best clubs in the world.

Richards will have to compete with Canadian star Alfonso Davis for a left-back seat under coach Julian Naglesman. He is also expected to be able to fill the gap left by Austrian defender David Alaba. He is leaving the club this month after spending more than a decade at Bayern. “We are very happy with the arrival of Omar,” said Hassan Salihamidzik, Bayern’s sporting director. He is a very tactful player and I hope he will play a great role.