Social activist Anna Hazare blamed Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal’s interest for power for the split in the anit-graft moment. Further, Anna Hazare said that he will not vote for Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party.
However, when media asked Anna that if his former aide had any ‘greed’ for power, Anna Hazare said, “It is right.”
He added, “I thought I will (vote for AAP) but now I find it difficult because it is being seen that it is moving towards the path of ‘money through power and power through money’, I will not be anywhere near them.”
Anna Hazare said, “This is right. Earlier, I used to think that Arvind is into selfless service. But I don’t understand how this thought of entering politics came into his mind.”
“A movement was on for the first time after independence for system change. People were coming out. I thought a good movement has evolved. There was a feeling this will earn results. But at that time, I don’t understand, how such a thinking came into his mind,” Anna added.
He further said that there was a need to be united to bring change in the system of the country.
Anna said, “This revolution is not complete. We need to stand united. We all, Ramdev, Arvind, all should fight together. Arvind faltered on the way. Ramdev also should sever links with communal organizations.”