Anna Hazare reminded PM Narendra Modi of his promise to bring back black money and said that the latest move by the government was contradictory to this promise.
The police have taken cognisance of the latest threat letter received by the Gandhian and an inquiry is being conducted into the matter, he said.
Anna Hazare also announced that in case the union government does not implement OROP, he would sit on a fast unto death in New Delhi’s Ramlila Ground from October 2.
Without taking the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Gandhian activist said, he (Modi) had promised OROP before the polls, but he is yet to take a decision on the issue.
In a letter to PM Narendra Modi, Hazare said that in case the government failed to implement the OROP scheme, he would be compelled to hit Delhi streets.
A number of Gujarat-based NGOs also raised their objections before the panel, saying abolishing key clauses reflected the NDA government’s “top down” approach to development.
An eight-year-old Mahindra Scorpio used by Hazare during various agitations was sold for Rs 9 lakh in an auction.
Delhi court dismissed the plea seeking lodging of an FIR against Kejriwal, Anna Hazare for allegedly “instigating” people against the government during their anti-graft campaign in August 2011.
Mian Muhammad Rafiq from the Toba Tek Singh constituency accused his own party’s government in Punjab of being responsible for lawlessness and asserted he was Pakistan’s Anna Hazare.
The vehicle — a Mahindra Scorpio W CRDE —was owned by the Swami Vivekanand Krutudnata Nidhi, a trust formed to govern the funds
received by Hazare by way of awards.
The vehicle- a Mahindra Scorpio W CRDE- was owned by Hazare’s Swami Vivekanand Krutudnata Nidhi, a trust.
The SUV is owned by Hazare’s Swami Vivekanand Krutudnata Nidhi, a trust formed to govern the funds received by him by way of awards.
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.