Team Anna’s fast is starting from 25 July

By Khulbe ,    2012-07-24 04:39:39    

Team Anna’s fast is starting from 25 July, Anna is coming to support
Social activist Anna Hajare is coming to Delhi on Tuesday for supporting Team Anna. Members of Team Anna scheduled to go on indefinite fast. The fast would be starting from 25 July against corruption at Jantar Mantar, Delhi.

This time senior members of the Team will start fast. The list includes Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai. Anna Hajare is suffering from ill health so he is not doing fast in this event. However he will be on the stage for supporting their members and also convey their messages to the crowd. Baba Ramdev is also supporting the indefinite fast and he may join the stage.

The date of fast is 25 July 2012 and interestingly new president Mr. Pranab Mukherjee will be sworn on the same day. After the sworn program, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee will convey his message to the nation.

Team Anna can go for fast on Jantar Mantar upto 8 August. Monsoon season of parliament is starting from 8 August. Hence the team has got the permission till 8 August.

Anna Hajare will land in Delhi around 2PM on Tuesday.

Numbers of volunteers across the country under the banner of India Against Corruption (IAC) are joining the movement from 25 July 2012.

Khulbe , The Cheers News

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