Court Orders Indian Yoga Guru To Cease ‘False Advertising'. Hindu's Pastor Ng'ang'a

India’s Supreme Court has warned Patanjali Ayurved, a company manufacturing ayurvedic products and fronted by yoga guru Baba Ramdev, against “false and misleading advertisements” or be prepared to pay hefty fines.


The court on Tuesday heard a petition filed by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) against the company, co-founded by Ramdev, who came under scrutiny at the height of the Covid pandemic, when he suggested that yoga and remedies sourced from natural ingredients could cure virus.

Weighing in on the matter on Tuesday, a Supreme Court bench comprising Justices Ahsanuddin Amanullah and Prashant Kumar noted that while not wanting to trigger an “allopathy vs ayurveda” debate, it sought to find a solution to the issue of misleading medical advertisements, LiveLaw reported.

All such false and misleading advertisements of Patanjali Ayurved have to stop immediately,” Justice Amanullah said. The judge warned that the court would consider imposing fines of up to 10 million rupees ($120,000) against each product that falsely claims to be able to cure diseases.

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