Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev recently arrived in India after covering a 30,000-km lone motorcycle journey across 27 countries as part of his ‘Save Soil’ campaign. In an exclusive interview with ANI, the spiritual leader spoke of his college days, saying that “major riots took place in the country” while contrasting with the past 10 years “when no major communal riots took place in the country”.

Founder of Isha Foundation Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev said that there is a “lot of heat” in television studios, which is being exaggerated to suggest that there is rising religious intolerance in the country while underlining that the last one decade has been free of major communal violence.Sadhguru’s comments came close on the heels of violent incidents reported from Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Recently, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has claimed that there are rising attacks on people at places of worship in India.

Sadhguru further stated that there are people who are looking for trouble all the time. “I think that the law should contain these people because, in all the communities, people want to take care of their lives, they want to educate, find jobs, and make a good living. Above all, women in their families want to live well. They don’t want their men to be bickering and quarrelling… They don’t have time and patience nor do they intend to have in that direction. Such elements are there everywhere,” he said.

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