The activist will be travelling to Assam over the weekend followed by Bangalore and other parts of the state, sources said.
NDA’s casual amendments do not address core issue of consent in land acquisition.
SAD has joined hands with Opposition in resisting the govt’s move to remove the consent clause in the Land Bill.
Uma, UP MP caution govt against pushing proposed changes.
The legislations on coal and minerals, he said, will be carried through “relatively easy” because they are “logical and rational”.
Hazare said that the foot march will begin from Gandhi Ashram in Wardha and will end at Ramlila Maidan.
Singh’s reluctance to speak on the issue is in sharp contrast to his predecessors who had been quite vocal on the subject.
On allegations of policy paralysis during the UPA-II’s tenure, Moily said: “That policy paralysis was because of the negative attitude of some of our ministers.”
Congress protest witnessed a thin crowd, sparking a debate within the party if it was poorly organised.
Threatened to go ahead with a nation-wide ‘jail bharo andolan’ if the govt does not pay heed to the demands.
The detained leaders included ex-Mayors, large number of local leaders, sarpanches and farmers.
Naidu strongly defended the government on the ordinances on coal and land and said that the land ordinance is not anti-farmer.
Referring to the protest by activist Anna Hazare Azad said: “We are very happy that other social organisations, including Anna Hazare, have supported our viewpoint.
The Congress also made it clear it will oppose ordinances which ‘dilute’ the UPA’s policies and programmes.
The agitation will be supported by several farmers’ organisations and many social activists will participate.