Social activist Anna Hazare today reiterated that he will end fast only if there is compromise on three issues that has been raised. The three points are namely Citizen's charter, inclusion of lower bureaucacy and setting up of Lokayukta in state through Lokpal. It is assured that the discussions on the points stated above will be debated from tomorrow in the Parliament.
He said that the corrupt officers must be imprisoned and their properties must be attached. Anna Hazare has also insisted on including lower bureaucracy within the ambit of the Lokpal.
On continuing the deadlock between the government and Anna Hazare on Lokpal bill, Anna Hazare today wrote to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the issue.
Activist Manish Sisodia told Hazare's supporters that Anna Hazare is waiting for Prime Ministers reply and once he gets any feed back, he will inform the same.
However, the contents of the letter send to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were not disclosed by Sisodia.
The letter was sent through senior Maharashtrian leader and Union Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, who had met the Gandhian who was on the tenth day of his fast.
Sources revealed that Hazare had sought written assurances from the government with respect to some issues in the Lokpal Bill.
Consequently, after Singh's speech, the Lok Sabha today unanimously decided to ask Hazare to end his fast as his health was deterioting and his life was considered too precious.
The Prime Minister had on Aungust 23 approached him with a proposal to end his fast and promising that his Jan Lokpal Bill could be considered by Parliament along with the government draft.
News Reported by AR for Newsvision