“Parties should realize that common man can pull down any government,” he exclaimed.
After paying his obeisance at the Golden Temple and Durigiana Mandir on Sunday, Anna Hazare came to address a rally organized by his Jan Morcha. Addressing to the gathering, he urged the public to observe zero tolerance policy against corruption and stressed upon the need for a “Jan Kranti” to unshackle India from corrupt policies and politicians.
“For me the Jantantra Yatra is the second freedom struggle to free the nation from corruption, corrupt politicians and other social evils… If we get the backing of six crore people, the government will be forced to bow before this Jan Shakti (people’s power),” Hazare said.
Anna Hazare will continue organizing public rallies across Punjab during the next week and later travel through Haryana and Uttarakhand. The first leg of the Yatra would end on April 17 and recommence after a short break.