Under the new banner, the farmers of the state will take out a rally from Umergaon in south Gujarat.
We are ready to have an open debate with the Prime Minister on camera to discuss the issue threadbare, said Hazare.
Hazare said that he has been getting threats but he will continue to fight for farmers till his last breath.
Hazare also pointed out that the country’s farm land had not been mapped and classified even after 68 years of Independence.
Hazare has been opposing the NDA government’s Land Bill and held a protest in Delhi last month.
In the letter she said taht her party would continue to fight the bill.
The activist will be travelling to Assam over the weekend followed by Bangalore and other parts of the state, sources said.
AIPFCC is planning an agitation against the “anti-farmer policies” and to press the govt to fulfill the promises made by Modi.
Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal had parted ways in 2012 after having spearheaded the Jan Lokpal Andolan.
The announcement came at the end of daylong deliberations at Sevagram ashram among 50-odd activists from different organisations.
Before setting out on the 1,100-km journey, Hazare will visit Bhagat Singh’s village in Punjab on March 23.
Hazare’s office has lodged a complaint with Thane Police and also written to the Maharashtra DGP.
Offences under sections 506(2) of the IPC and 66 A of the IT Act have been registered against the two accused.
Hazare claims the protestors are misusing his name and picture to garner support for their agitation.
The contractor has now approached the police and revenue officials using Hazare’s letter, asking them to act.