Anna Hazare on Monday said that he plans to end his vow of silence within three to four days and would also undertake a tour of the country so to meet his supporters nationwide.
Hazare said that the thought of giving up 'maun vrat' was throughout playing on his mind. He added that all his supporters think that its appropriate to end his 'maun vrat' and rather focus on holding discussions on the same, which would benefit more.
The campaigner said that he would conduct a nationwide tour and meet all the young men and women, farmers, working class people, school children from all around the world who were a part of this anti-corruption movement and at times also went to jail for the sake of the cause.
He has led two successful campaigns against anti-corruption in New Delhi in April and August, resulting in the government agreeing to its demand for a strong Lokpal Bill and passing it in its winter session of Parliament. And Team Anna's version of the proposed ombudsman legislation, was passed in the Parliament.
He said that he would also continue his struggle for right to reject the candidates in the poll fray and right to recall those selected.
Though Hazare started his vow of silence on October 16, he has been putting forward his views through his writings that are then read out through his aides or through his blog.