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Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev detained in anti-corruption protest

Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev waves out of the window of a bus after he was detained with his supporters by policemen in New Delhi, India, on Aug. 13. Waving Indian flags and shouting slogans, the protesters climbed into a row of police buses parked around the sprawling New Delhi fairground that Ramdev and his supporters had occupied for the past four days.
Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev waves out of the window of a bus after he was detained with his supporters by policemen in New Delhi, India, on Aug. 13. Waving Indian flags and shouting slogans, the protesters climbed into a row of police buses parked around the sprawling New Delhi fairground that Ramdev and his supporters had occupied for the past four days.Saurabh Das / AP

Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev, right in an orange robe, is detained by police in New Delhi, India, on Aug. 13. Waving Indian flags and shouting slogans, followers of Ramdev climbed into a row of police buses parked around the sprawling New Delhi fairground that Ramdev and his supporters had occupied for the past four days.
Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev, right in an orange robe, is detained by police in New Delhi, India, on Aug. 13. Waving Indian flags and shouting slogans, followers of Ramdev climbed into a row of police buses parked around the sprawling New Delhi fairground that Ramdev and his supporters had occupied for the past four days.Saurabh Das / AP

AP reports -- A popular yoga guru and thousands of his supporters were detained by police Monday as they tried to march to India's Parliament to intensify an anti-corruption protest and press for a change of government.

As he was led away by police, Baba Ramdev shouted slogans urging his supporters to fight to end India's endemic corruption and seek the repatriation of billions of dollars in illegal money he says Indians have stashed in foreign banks.

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