Anna breaks silence, to regain power for Lokpal Bill fight

IANS
NEW DELHI,
Breaking his 19-
day vow of silence
at Rajghat Friday
morning, anti-
corruption activist
Anna Hazare said
his 'maun vrat'
was not was not
against any
individual or
political party but
to regain power to
fight for a strong
Lokpal bill and
against corruption.
He is likely to
attend a meeting
of the standing
committee on the
Lokpal bill Friday,
his aides say.
"I visited the
Gandhi's memorial
today (Friday)
morning and broke
the maun vrat,
which I observed
since Oct 16. The
vow of silence was
not against any
individual or any
political party, but
to regain energy,"
Hazare told
reporters here.
The anti-
corruption
crusader said
"Bharat Mata ki
jai" after paying
tribute to
Mahatma Gandhi
at Rajghat.
"After the 12-day
fast in Ramlila
Maidan, my body
became weak. I
lost 7 kg of weight
so I had to
observe maun
vrat. Now after
the vow of silence
my body is back to
normal, I regained
the power to fight
for Jan Lokpal bill
and against
corruption,"
Hazare said.
"My health has
become absolutely
fine after the vow
of silence. I now
have more
inspiration to fight
for Lokpal. I have
got the energy
again to fight for
the Lokpal bill," he
added.
During his maun
vrat, the 74-year-
old activist had
been putting
forward his views
through his
writings that were
then read out by
his aides or
through his blog.
"There were too
many visitors, he
had to speak
almost three to
four times a day.
After he went on
fast at Ramlila
Maidan, he had
lost lot of weight
and energy and to
recover, he
observed maun
vrat, which was
only to conserve
energy," Kiran Bedi
told Times Now.
An India Against
Corruption (IAC)
member said:
"Annaji had
reached Delhi last
night and he broke
his vow of silence.
He is likely to
attend a meeting
of the standing
committee on
Lokpal bill."
Hazare has
threatened to
launch another
hunger strike if
the Lokpal bill is
not passed in the
winter session of
parliament
beginning later
this month.
a strong
Lokpal bill and
against corruption.
He is likely to
attend a meeting
of the standing
committee on the
Lokpal bill Friday,
his aides say.
"I visited the
Gandhi's memorial
today (Friday)
morning and broke
the maun vrat,
which I observed
since Oct 16. The
vow of silence was
not against any
individual or any
political party, but
to regain energy,"
Hazare told
reporters here.
The anti-
corruption
crusader said
"Bharat Mata ki
jai" after paying
tribute to
Mahatma Gandhi
at Rajghat.
"After the 12-day
fast in Ramlila
Maidan, my body
became weak. I
lost 7 kg of weight
so I had to
observe maun
vrat. Now after
the vow of silence
my body is back to
normal, I regained
the power to fight
for Jan Lokpal bill
and against
corruption,"
Hazare said.
"My health has
become absolutely
fine after the vow
of silence. I now
have more
inspiration to fight
for Lokpal. I have
got the energy
again to fight for
the Lokpal bill," he
added.
During his maun
vrat, the 74-year-
old activist had
been putting
forward his views
through his
writings that were
then read out by
his aides or
through his blog.
"There were too
many visitors, he
had to speak
almost three to
four times a day.
After he went on
fast at Ramlila
Maidan, he had
lost lot of weight
and energy and to
recover, he
observed maun
vrat, which was
only to conserve
energy," Kiran Bedi
told Times Now.
An India Against
Corruption (IAC)
member said:
"Annaji had
reached Delhi last
night and he broke
his vow of silence.
He is likely to
attend a meeting
of the standing
committee on
Lokpal bill."
Hazare has
threatened to
launch another
hunger strike if
the Lokpal bill is
not passed in the
winter session of
parliament
beginning later
this month.

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