Today Indian's are suffering most from the corruption.
Corruption in the Indian society has prevailed from time immemorial in one form or the other but no one ever fights like the man Anna Hazare. Anna Hazare had become the voice of 121 crores Indians. Once the whole Republic of India is walking behind him and that they became sort of a ray of hope during this nation clouded by the corruption of our politician's. He came out as a modern Gandhi and fought for the transparency of government and unite all the Indian as one. Anna Hazare laid the foundation of Right to Information act 2005.
Anna Hazare real Name is Kisan Bapat Baburao Hazare was born in a
Hindu Maratha in Yadav caste of Maharastra on 15/06/1937 (some say 1940) is an Indian social activist who is very recognized for his contribution to the event of Ralegan Siddhi, a village in Parner taluka of Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra, India and his efforts for establishing it as a model village, for which he was awarded the
Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in 1992. Anna Hazare father's name is Baburao Hazare and mother's name is Laxmibai Hazare.
Anna Hazare in Indian Army: Anna Hazare Ji started his career as a driver within the Indian Army. He spent his spare time reading the books of Hindu Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Acharya Vinoba Bhave that inspired him to become a social worker and activist. During the
Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, he was the only survivor in a border exchange of fire, while driving a truck. During the mid-1970s he was once more survived during a road accident whereas driving. In 1978, he took voluntary retirement from the ninth Indian Battalion and came back home to Ralegaon Siddhi, a village in Maharashtra's drought-prone Ahmadnagar.
Anna Hazare and Lokpal Bill: On five Apr 2011, Hazare started a 'fast unto death' to exert pressure on the Government of India to enact a strong anti-corruption act as envisaged the Lokpal Bill, a law that will establish a Lokpal (ombudsman) that will have the power to deal with corruption in public offices. The hunger strike led to nationwide protests in support of Hazare. The fast ended on 9 April 2011. All of his demands of the movement square measure in agreement by the government of Bharat and Government issued a gazette notification on the formation of a joint committee headed by senior minister Pranab Mukherjee to draft an efficient Lokpal Bill.
In a recent Interview with Anna Hazare after the
Pulwama attack he said: “I cannot pick up the gun because of my old age, but if the need is, I can surely hold the steering wheel to ferry supplies to our army men fighting for the country,'.
He is now hospitalized because of six-day fast over the demand of appointment of anti-corruption watchdog Lokpal on February.