The Supreme Court was hearing Ramdev’s plea seeking stay on the proceedings in connection with multiple FIRs lodged against him by Indian Medical Association (IMA.
Yoga guru Ramdev had stoked controversy last month when he termed allopathy as ‘stupid science’
Earlier, Ramdev had said he does not need the Covid vaccine as he has protection of yoga and ayurveda
The Delhi High Court orally directed the counsel for Baba Ramdev to tell him not to make any provocative statement till the next date of hearing.
The petition filed before the court of Acting CJM Shailendra Rai here has dubbed Ramdev's utterances as 'fraudulent', and sought invoking of IPC sections pertaining to sedition.
IMA has also served a defamation notice on Ramdev for his alleged disparaging remarks against allopathy and allopathic practitioners
The IMA has demanded an apology from Ramdev within 15 days for his alleged remarks against allopathy and allopathic doctors.
Citing a video circulating on social media, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) had on Saturday said yoga guru Ramdev claimed that allopathy is a ‘stupid science’
'Your statement on allopathy can break the morale of healthcare workers and weaken our fight against Covid-19,' Union health minister Harsh Vardhan said.
Citing a video circulating on social media, the IMA said Ramdev has claimed that 'allopathy is a stupid science'.
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Dr J A Jayalal, National President, IMA, in an interview with Outlook, alleges that Ramdev’s claim is a bunch of lies and the presence of a Health Minister in such a function will send a wrong message in society.
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Ramdev said in a press conference that Patanjali had procured a licence for the medicines but did not use the word "treatment" for their use.
'We said that we had made medicines and used them in clinical controlled trials which cured corona patients. There is no confusion in it,' Patanjali's CEO said.
The Rajasthan government has clarified that the drug cannot be not used as a medicine in the state without the permission of the Ministry of AYUSH.
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