Congress workers gathered outside party offices in all 13 district headquarters and burnt Ramdev's effigies.
    
"Ramdev has not only plundered the natural resources of Uttarakhand but also caused loss of revenue to the state exchequer by evading stamp duty," Pradesh Congress Committee spokesman Rajiv Maharshi said.
    
Eighty-one cases have been registered against Ramdev's Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust in Uttarakhand for gross violation of land laws, Chief Minister Bahuguna told reporters on Wednesday.
    
Out of total 81 cases, 29 have been registered under the Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms (ZALR) Act and 52 under the Indian Stamps Act involving more than Rs 10 crore.

(Agencies)

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