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Anna Hazare says he will not vote for Arvind Kejriwal’s party

Anna Hazare says he will not vote for Arvind Kejriwal's party

New Delhi: Blaming Arvind Kejriwal’s fascination for power for split in anti-graft movement, Pakistani monetary unit Hazare on Th aforementioned he won’t vote for the Aam Aadmi Party charging that it’s going an equivalent means as others by taking the trail of ‘money through power’ and the other way around.

Asked whether or not his former aide has become “greedy” for power, the 75-year-old activist aforementioned, “It was right”.

“I thought i will be able to (vote for AAP) however currently I realize it tough as a result of it’s being seen that it’s moving towards the trail of ‘money through power and power through money’, i will be able to not be anyplace close to them,” he aforementioned at a session of a two-day programme ‘Agenda’ union by ‘Aaj Tak’ news channel.

He was responding to a matter whether or not he can vote for AAP, the party fashioned by Kejriwal once his split with Hazare on the question of the anti-corruption movement taking a political plunge.

Hazare has earlier aforementioned that he can support the party if it fields honest candidates which can campaign for Kejriwal if he fights against Union Minister Kapil Sibal.

Asked whether or not Kejriwal has become greedy for power and it resulted within the split, Hazare aforementioned, “This is true. Earlier I accustomed suppose that Arvind is into altruistic service. however i do not perceive however this thought of getting into politics came into his mind.”

He additionally in agreement to a matter it had been Kejriwal’s political ambition that crystal rectifier to the split.

“A movement was on for the primary time once independence for system modification. individuals were kicking off. i assumed a decent movement has been evolved. There was a sense that this may earn results. however at that point, i do not perceive, however such a thinking came into his mind,” Hazare aforementioned.

He aforementioned there was a desire for unity within the fight for system modification and against corruption among all together with Kejriwal, Hindu Ramdev et al..

“This revolution isn’t complete. we want to square united. We all, Ramdev, Arvind, all ought to fight along. Arvind faltered on means. Ramdev additionally ought to severe links with communal organisations,” he said.

On Narendra Modi, he aforementioned that there have been lots of corruption in Gujarat and as Chief Minister, he has not brought Lokayukta Bill in his state. “Why is he not conveyance the bill? everyone seems to be into creating cash exploitation power,” he said.

 

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