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The pathology report of Swami Nigamananda, who died on Monday after a 114-day fast in the Uttarakhand, indicates that he may have been poisoned by pesticides.
His family, in any case, suspect foul play behind his death. The seer slipped into coma while he was agitating for saving the Ganga River and checking illegal mining on its banks.
"His treatment was not only neglected by the state government, but we have information that some vested interest in the hospital where he was admitted mixed poison in the water he was drinking. Following this, he slipped into coma. He never regained consciou

Tags: money, health, river
Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 15 Jun '11 12:04 pm
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What you are saying is quite possible the mining industry, against who he was faating, have a lot of contact and lot of money power to have this done,
Answered by rajan, 15 Jun '11 12:08 pm

 
  
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It is time Ramdev woke up and cleaned up his own backyard before reaching out to dirt lying in foreign country. Here was a monk right under Ramdev's nose, fasting for a cause in which Ramdev was earlier involved. Just like he ditched his supporters at Ramlila ground and tried saving his own life, he has once again ditched a person who was fighting for a cause which was being spearheaded by Ramdev. The reason is obvious. The other agitation was against a government and mafia controlled by BJP and RSS. Since RSS signed him on as their brand ambassador for dethroning UPA, he has now dropped the earlier project and moved in for a more lucrative assignment. If Ramdev has any conscience he should undertake a fast in Hardwar demanding the state government to give death penalty to all gang members of the sand mafia and seize their wealth and use it for the welfare of the poor in the state.
Answered by Shyam, 15 Jun '11 12:43 pm

 
  
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Sir, I can just say it is an inhuman act.When we are not able to give life to the dead what right anybody has to kill a fellow human being for whatever the reason.This shows the ethical and spiritual bankruptcy of the modern man running behind the Goddess of materialistic wealth.
Answered by Ramakrishnegowda, 15 Jun '11 12:19 pm

 
  
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As it is sad death,but if u dont have too many people behind u ,uhould not go for Anshan like this for so long as politicians dont have hearts ,let it be any party and in my opinion now we have coem to that stage when these satyagrah and Anshan will not work as they have lost humanity totally for their selfishness
Answered by krish, 15 Jun '11 12:18 pm

 
  
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Every thing is possible in india
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 15 Jun '11 12:11 pm

 
  
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