Dehradun: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev was discharged from a city hospital on Tuesday where he was undergoing treatment for dehydration and weakness.

He broke his fast on Sunday after nine days.

"His health is better. We have advised him to abstain from yoga for two-three days and take rest. Once he has improved, he can get back to his regular schedule," said Dr S L Jethani, Medical Superintendent, Himalayan Hospital.

Ramdev ended his nine-day long fast on June 11 on the requests of Sri Sri Ravishankar and other spiritual leaders.

He was fasting from June 4 demanding stringent anti-corruption laws and seeking return of black money stashed away abroad.

"Ramdev's health is stable. His blood pressure and pulse rate have improved. We have advised that he can be discharged," Jethani said.

Doctors said Ramdev had taken fruits and juices on Tuesday morning.

Ramdev, along with his aide Balakrishna, was admitted to the Himalayan Hospital after being forcefully removed from Patanjali Yogapeeth in Haridwar on June 10 where the duo were fasting with their supporters.