Haridwar: Three weeks after he was evicted from Delhi, yoga guru Baba Ramdev again vowed to fight against corruption and start his anti-black money campaign from his yoga camp at Patanjali Yogapeeth starting on July 1.

About 10,000 participants are expected to attend the free yoga camp in Patanjali and till now 4,000 people have registered themselves for the camp organised by Bharat Swabhiman Trust.

Ramdev is looking forward to launch a campaign against the Union Government through this camp. Making his intentions clear at New Delhi, Ramdev has reflected he has yet not mellowed down on the issue of corruption and black money.

However, in contrast to his protest at Delhi, he will not starve himself but rather use his skills to drum up support on this issue.

According to sources, Ramdev will use the yoga camp as a platform to take his protest to the next level. Thereafter, he would aim to spread his agitation to other parts of the country.

The six day free Yoga camp will start from July 1. After a hiatus of few months, this would be the first occasion when Ramdev will be performing yoga before the audience.

Volunteers of Bharat Swabhiman Trust are busy conducting the registrations for the camp.

Divisonal In-charge of the Trust, Rajendra Prasad Tyagi said “We are confident that around 10,000 people will attend the camp and 4,000 have already registered themselves.”

(JPN/Bureau)