Mumbai, Apr 4: The stage is set for social activist Anna Hazare’s indefinite fast from tomorrow in capital with Religious leaders pledging their support to his campaign for implementation of the Jan Lokpal bill.
“If the Government does not accept his demand, Hazare will go ahead with the fast unto death’, the religious leaders told a largely attended public meeting at Nare Park at Parel in central Mumbai last evening.
Jain, Buddhist, Catholic and Muslim religious leaders, along with social activist Medha Patkar, former Delhi top cop Kiran Bedi and Art of living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who have united under the banner of India against Corruption, have demanded that the bill, drafted by citizen activists, should be passed.
Lashing out at politicians for the large-scale corruption, they extended wholehearted support to Hazare in his mission to root out corruption from society.
Hazare was cheered as he addressed the gathering and vowed to eliminate corruption, which was the biggest evil as corrupt practices had weakened the social fabric of the country.
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