Baba Ramdev ended his six-day fast on Tuesday afternoon after spending the night in the capital's Ambedkar Stadium but not before tearing into the Congress on its poor governance record and rampant corruption under its regime.
"The Congress is paying for its sins," he told a small crowd.
Baba was brought to Ambedkar Stadium after he was arrested on Monday afternoon.
"Congress hatao, desh bachao (vote out the Congress to save the country )," the popular yoga guru said, before drinking a glass of juice to end his six-day-long fast against corruption and black money.
He said that the Government would have lost if there was any voting on the issue of black money in Parliament.
"If there was voting in Parliament on blackmoney, the government would have lost it. If Mulayam Singh and Mayawati withdraw support, the Government will fall in one day," he said.
The yoga guru called on the Prime Minister to announce his Government's proposed plans to rein in corruption and bring back black money from abroad.
"Tomorrow is Independence Day. If you don't speak about black money and corruption, then you are as guilty as those who are corrupt," Baba Ramdev said.
Baba Ramdev and his supporters were told to vacate the Ambedkar Stadium last evening, but the crowd refused to leace the venue and spent the night there itself.
Baba Ramdev was today escorted by the police to the Delhi airport where he boarded a SpiceJet flight to Dehradun, near his ashram.
Meanwhile, prominent lawyer Ram Jethmalani praised Baba Ramdev for his protest against corruption and black money.
In a controversial remark, he accused Congress scion Rahul Gandhi of being corrupt.
"Many in government have black money stashed abroad. One of them is Rahul Gandhi," Jethmalani said.
He went on to challenge Rahul Gandhi by saying, "Sue me if you want!".