Agra: Anna Hazare, the name that raised his voice against corruption lurking in the nation, says he does not want any Arvind Kejriwal emerging out from his movement against corruption, unlike last time.
While addressing a public meeting on Tuesday, the 80-year-old Social Activist Hazare told, “I hope no Kejriwal comes out of my movement again.”
It was Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement for Lokpal in 2011, where AAP Party Chief and now New Delhi’s CM Kejriwal had exhibited a majority role during the anti-corruption fight started against the Government.
Hazare had earlier blamed Congress-led UPA government for failing to take action on the Jan Lokpal Bill.
“The (Narendra) Modi government later diluted the provisions of the Jan Lokpal Bill. Both the Congress and the BJP are guilty (in this regard).”
Expressing his deep disappointments at the various Governments in action for failing to achieve true Democracy even after 70 years of Independence, the social activists told “We do not want a government of capitalists. No Modi, no Rahul (Gandhi). We want a government which works for farmers’ interests.”
Now the social activists called on farmers to join his movement which will be organized on 23 March.