New Delhi: Social activist Anna Hazare enquired the people to join him in his fight to acquire a strong Lokpal as he end his one-day fast protesting against the Parliamentary Standing Committee report on Lokpal Bill at Jantar Mantar on Sunday.
Hazare also endangered to strengthen his anti-corruption protests by courting arrest if the government fails to pass a law for a strong Lokpal in India.
Anna said in his speech at Jantar Mantar that “The government should listen to the voice of the people. Agitation will continue for a strong Lokpal.”
Illuminating on Rahul Gandhi, Anna Hazare said that he had no personal dispute against the Congress general secretary. He said Rahul is being proposed as the potential Prime Minister, but to get there he will have to sacrifice a lot.
All opposition parties agreed on with the Prime Minister and the lower bureaucracy under the ambit of Lokpal.
CPI general secretary AB Bardhan advised Team Anna against branding as ‘corrupt’ those people, who oppose with its views and asked the activists to ‘listen to others’.
Anna Hazare appealed to opposition parties to adhere his agitation for a strong Lokpal if they do not have the numbers to right the government in Parliament.
According to the reports, Congress did not send its representative for the debate.