Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who is staging an anti-corruption protest in Delhi, has asked his supporters to demonstrate outside parliament.
The yoga guru says he is campaigning for the recovery of suspected bribe money allegedly held overseas.
He is also demanding strong anti-corruption laws.
The yoga guru has millions of supporters and his daily TV programme is watched by millions of people across India.
Last June he held a nine-day anti-corruption hunger strike before the police evicted him from Delhi.
His latest protest – attended by several thousand people – is being held at the Ramlila ground in Delhi, the venue of his protest last year.
Baba Ramdev told his supporters on Monday that they should march to parliament and hold a protest there.
“We will demonstrate peacefully outside parliament. We don’t have any political agenda. Our agitation will continue to be non-violent,” he told his supporters at the end of a five-day-long hunger strike.
On Sunday, Baba Ramdev said he would “intensify the protest across the country in the form of a people’s revolt”.
He asked his supporters to be ready to court arrest, but urged them to be peaceful.
“I will be the first person to go to jail and you follow me,” he said.
In June, the yoga guru joined leading campaigner Anna Hazare to undertake a day-long fast in protest against corruption.