"They are keen to join hands with BJP, their situation is shaky and they have lost the public support," he said.

Highlighting the role he is playing in enabling Narendra Modi become the country's next Prime Minister, Ramdev claimed that even AAP was keen on joining hands with BJP.

"If he comes in favour of Modi, definitely, I am prepared to mediate," he said when asked if he will mediate in case AAP or Kejriwal shows inclination to join hands with BJP.

Ramdev said he had earlier backed former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on the issue of war against corruption as the AAP leader had set out to cleanse the system.

Ramdev, however, regretted that Kejriwal has now ‘lost his way’.

"But he deflected from his mission. Kejriwal raised issues, which Modi raises and for this I had given him the blessings. Now, I am advising him that don't make excuses, don't become a puppet in the hands of the Congress...," he said.

Slamming the Aam Aadmi Party, Ramdev said, "Till today AAP's ideology, policies and their principles are not clear."

"They are themselves confused whether they are Rightist, Leftist or Communist, nationalist or opportunist, what they are, they are not clear. We don't know what their economic policies are, what are their views on foreign policy, agriculture policy, they are not getting time to think on this, as their single agenda is to finish Modi," he said.

Ramdev said the poor people, who thought that Kejriwal will be their messiah, have been let down.

(Agencies)

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