DEHRA DUN, June 14 (IANS): The campaign against graft will continue and the "sacrifices" made by his followers will not go in vain, yoga guru Baba Ramdev said Tuesday after being discharged from a hospital here.
"The cruelty and barbarity on people committed on the night of June 4 will not be wasted," Ramdev told reporters after being discharged from the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Jolly Grant, in this Uttarakhand capital.
"I will work till my last breath to fight against corruption to make India an economic superpower," he added.
He also expressed concern for Rajbala, the Gurgaon resident who was critically injured during the post-midnight police raid on Ramdev and his supporters at Delhi's Ramlila Ground June 4, the first day of his fast to demand the recovery of black money stashed abroad by rich Indians.
The yoga guru also paid tributes to Swami Nigamanand, who died in the same hospital where Ramdev was admitted after fasting for two-and-a-half months for saving the Ganga river from pollution.
Ramdev, however, refused to take questions and his close aide Acharya Balkrishan and said no more press conferences will be held for next few days.
"Other than a few corrupt people, the whole country is with us in this struggle against corruption. The whole country knows what happened on night of June 4, the murder of democracy and attempt to murder Ramdev...history will never forget it and the country will never forgive it," Balkrishan had said.
Ramdev was admitted to the hospital here June 10, the seventh day of his nine-day long fast, after his health deteriorated.
He was being administered saline drips in hospital and was being monitored in a special ward.
Doctors Tuesday said his blood pressure and pulse rate were normal.
They have also advised him not to do breathing exercises and yoga - something the 46-year-old has hugely popularised in India - for a few days.
"He must take rest till he becomes totally fit. There is no special restriction on food as he takes only fruits," S.L. Jethwani from the hospital told reporters here.
Asked if another fast may cost Ramdev his health, the doctor said: "If he gets totally well and then goes for a fast, there will be no problem."
Ramdev will leave for his ashram on the outskirts of Haridwar.