Anna Hazare's address to the gathering on the sixth day of Amaran Anshan Andholan

The sixth day message of Anna Hazare from the anshan stage is completely heart touching. He clarified many complications over the issue of janlokpal bill. He made clear of his stand but the government didn't made any clear stand over the janlokpal bill issue. The ministers of the government are trying to hid themselves from the media persons.

Anna Hazare's address to the gathering on the sixth day of Amaran Anshan Andholan

The Amran Anshan Andholan was started by Anna Hazare, social activist on 16th August, 2011. Five days have been passed today (21-08-2011) is the sixth day of his Amran Anshan Andholan. A large number of people assembled in the Ramleela Maidan, Delhi. One more lokpal bill from Aruna Roy, social worker was submitted to the parliamentary Standing committee for approval. Now it may become more challenging in-front of the standing committee to reject both the Government drafted lokpal and Aruna Roy lokpal. While speaking to the media person, Arvind Khejriwal, member of team Anna invited the Government and Other NGO's to participate in a debate in-front of the mob. He reiterated all talks should be made in-front of the people not within the four walls of an air-conditioned room. Government is hiding himself in the lokpal bill issue. The ministers also remain silent over the Jan Lokpal Bill issue.

Anna Hazare's address to the gathering at Ramleela Maidan

In between his anshan, Anna Hazare spoke to the people assembled in the maidan that in Democracy people are the real owner and the MP's and MLA's are the public servant but the meaning has been changed for the last 50 years of independence. MP's and MLA's became the master and people left over to help them as a servant. He boldly opposed the present system and seek to change the system. People of India must get the right of master again and the ministers should be shown the real duty as their servant. In his appeal, he asked one and all people of India to show their protest in-front of each and every MP's houses in a peaceful manner. Through this protest the concerned MP should be asked to give a written approval to support Jan Lokpal Bill

Secondly, we, the master in democracy given the right to look after the granary of government but what happens? the granary was washed out by the guard itself. So, we have no fear of thief but guard and in the same sense we have no fear of our enemy but internal betrayer. Hence, until and unless bringing the Janlokpal bill, it will be very tough to putting curb on corruption in India. The corruption survived in all parts of India and everywhere. It is a right time to stand unitedly to pass the Janlokpal bill to curb the corruption.

Dissatisfaction of people over congress government

Even after repeatedly saying, the members of team Anna we don't want change of government but want change of system and procedure in governing. Our constitution is very old and it was effective in those days but now lot of changes have been occurred. So, it need mass amendment in the field of system functioning. The system made the people to do corruption. The freely existing corruption in India is the major setback for India. From the people sentiments, it has revealed that they have very much dissatisfied over the congress government. Rahul Gandhi, present President of All India National Congress party remain silent and escaping himself from all questions raised by the media persons. This silent of government shows that they never support the feeling and the sentiments of people of India. The gathering is increasing continuously and protesting against the government and supporting for Anna Hazare over the Janlokpal bill issue.

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