strongNew Delhi:/strong As his fast entered the second day, Anna Hazare today warned the government that it will have to go if it does not bring a strong Lokpal Bill as a wave of protest is building up.
After an impressive turnout yesterday, the morning crowd at the fast venue of Jantar Mantar here was just around 400 with organisers blaming the low turn out on rains and disruption in Metro services due to collapse of the Northern Power Grid. They said they expect the crowd to swell as the day progressed.
Hazare, 74, took the dais at 11 am and said, The way this wave of protest against corruption is building in the country, I am getting this feeling that the government would have to bring a strong Lokpal Bill or else it will have to go.
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