Anna Hazare said Friday that he will tour the entire country in support of anti-corruption movement being launched by his team and this could take shape of a political alternative if people give their support.
Addressing the gathering at Jantar Mantar before ending fast for a strong Lokpal bill, Hazare said leaders who were now making comments about political inklings of his team were the ones who had taunted them to come to parliament to get bills passed.
Hazare said the fight was not merely for Lokpal bill but for “wholesome change”.
“I will keep going on tours, go to people for an alternative. If people are awakened, we will think of an (political) alternative,” he said.
Hazare said if Jan Lokpal bill, drafted by civil society activists, was adopted, it will make a major impact in fighting corruption.
“If Jan Lokpal bill comes, I do not say 100 percent but 65 percent corruption will vanish,” Hazare said.
The activist said his campaign was also aimed at giving power to people at the grassroots level and bringing electoral reforms like right to recall and right to reject.
Referring to the crowds gathered as his family, Hazare called upon people to follow the righteous path.