Thursday, April 7, 2011

Anna Hazare's fast enters third day

New Delhi, April 7 (PTI) quickly social activist Anna Hazar 'to thedeath entered the third day today as many people from all walks of life continue to extend support to the crusader for strongeranti-corruption law.
Protest 72-year-old Hazar 'led to the resignation of agricultureminister Sharad Pawar from the Group of Ministers on corruptionafter Gandhi took potshots at him.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday had discussionswith Cabinet colleagues, the problem then it turned out that the indication of one or two ministers can be nominated for a conversation with an activist.
a general sense, the informal confabulations was that there is aneed to defuse a situation that has arisen in connection with the campaign quickly began to death on Tuesday, which is getting support from more people.
Asked whether Hazar been contacted by one of the government, an adviser to activist said: "At the moment we have not received anynotice from the government, we have read reports on this subject in the media. "

the aide said, "yet quickly. Hazar is in excellent health. "
Doctors check Hazar twice a day to keep tab on his health.
Hazar not shot off a letter yesterday to Prime Minister ManmohanSingh, slamming the reaction of the government and parliament tohis indefinite fast on Lokpal Bill issue, and urged him to show the courage to take unprecedented steps to combat the threat.

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