While responding to an email query from the PTI, a statement from Patanjali Yogpeeth quoting Secretary General Acharya Balkrishna confirmed this and said, “We will give them a legally appropriate response as to how we do all things while serving. our great homeland and humanity. “
The Haridwar-based organization also said that Patanjali conducts all activities with “a scientific and truthful temperament” and “cannot allow anyone to denigrate, neglect and belittle the great knowledge and science of rishis and scriptures.”
On Wednesday, the IMA sent Ramdev a six-page defamation notice for his derogatory allegations against allopathy and allopathic doctors, demanding an apology from him within 15 days, failing which the association demanded compensation. of Rs 1000 crore from the yoga guru.
The notification served on behalf of IMA (Uttarakhand) Secretary Ajay Khanna by his lawyer Neeraj Pandey describes Ramdev’s remarks as damaging to the reputation and image of allopathy and its practitioners.
The advisory also asked Ramdev to make a video clip contradicting all of his allegations and distribute it on social media platforms where he had uploaded his previous video.
He further asked the yoga guru to remove “misleading” advertising from all platforms endorsing the “Coronil kit”, a product of his company, as an effective drug for Covid-19, failing which an FIR and a criminal case will be brought against him. by the IMA.
In addition, the IMA had also written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to demand that the yoga guru be immediately put on sedition charges for an alleged campaign of disinformation on vaccination and challenging government protocols for the treatment of Covid- 19.
On Sunday, Ramdev was forced to withdraw a statement made in a viral music video in which he is heard questioning some of the drugs used to treat coronavirus infection and saying that “lakhs have died after taking allopathic drugs for Covid-19 “.
The remarks sparked strong protests from the doctors’ association, following which Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan asked them to withdraw the “extremely unfortunate” statement.
A day later, the yoga guru asked the IMA 25 questions in an “open letter” to his Twitter account, asking if allopathy offered permanent relief for conditions such as hypertension and type diabetes. 1 and 2.
He then listed modern diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and also wondered if allopathy has a painless remedy for treating infertility as well as reversing aging and increasing hemoglobin.