‘Team Anna’ disbands, now its work is over

Team Anna disbands 150x150 ‘Team Anna’ disbands, now its work is overIn yet, no one know what is the reason behind social activist Anna Hazare’s decision to join a political party and much shocking fact is that now Team Anna has been disbanded.

Announcing his today decision, Anna clarified that his team that was established to pass Jan Lokpal Bill, has been decided to exit by discussion of team members as Team’s work is now over and they do not want to talk with the government on any issue.

“We are now stopping the activities of Team Anna today. Team Anna was formed to fight for Jan Lokpal. We have also decided not to have any more talks with the government. From today, there will be no Team Anna or Team Anna Core Committee,” Anna said while announcing his decision.

There is no valid reason has been specified by Team Anna, but as per media information, a new ‘election committee’ has been set up to regular interpret the possible entry of the group into electoral politics as Anna’s announce to give a political alternative to country.

Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Kiran Bedi, Prashant Bhushan, Kumar Vishwas, Sanjay Singh and Yogendra Yadav are the members of the new panel committee who will seek the opinion of the people of India.

From last year, Team Anna has been going on unto death fast four times in National Capital for strong Lokpal and corruption, also Indian public always gave their huge support, rushed from different far flung area to be parts of Anna’s campaign.

Recently on August 3, 2012, Anna along with his team members ended their fast to form a new political party, performing political role to continue fight against corruption as govt. is always fail to step towards move.


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