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When Baba Ramdev Pranam Judge A Amanullah in the Supreme Court, the judge said – “We also Pranam”

The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its order on the contempt notice issued to Yogguru Ramdev, his associate Balkrishna and Patanjali Ayurveda Limited in the misleading advertisement case. The bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah heard the case. When Ramdev came to the court, he saluted Judge Asanuddin Amanullah. Responding to which Justice Amanullah said, “Our greetings too.” The Supreme Court reserved its decision on the contempt petition against Baba Ramdev, Balkrishna and others. The Supreme Court has exempted Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev and Acharya Balkrishna from personal presence in the case.

The Supreme Court asked Patanjali to file an affidavit regarding the steps taken by it to stop the medicines whose licenses have been suspended and to bring them back. The Supreme Court has sought a reply within three weeks. The Supreme Court said that our aim is only that people should remain alert. People have faith in Baba Ramdev. ⁠He should use them positively. ⁠Baba Ramdev has also contributed to the promotion of Yoga across the world.

In the misleading advertisement case, the Supreme Court asked all the state governments which states have filed the affidavit? The Supreme Court said that all state governments should keep in mind that if a complaint is registered, then they should take action. Even if a complaint has not been filed, still check whether the product is being advertised as misleading or not?

The Supreme Court said that the affidavit has not been filed by FSSAI, the Consumer Affairs Ministry will have to file a new deleted affidavit. The court has also sought an affidavit from FSSAI. The affidavit has been filed only on behalf of the West Bengal government. An affidavit has been filed on behalf of Nagaland last night. The Supreme Court gave last chance to the licensing authorities of all the state governments to file their replies. The Supreme Court will hear after four weeks.