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Anna hazare

  1. 1. ANNA HAZARE
  2. 2. ANNA HAZARE: RISE OF NEXT MAHATMA GANDHI
  3. 3. “Early Life”
  4. 4. • His days in the army were often spent in reading books by Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Acharya Vinoba Bhave, from whom he drew inspiration. • During the 1965 war against Pakistan, Hazare survived an attack on his post; however, he saw his colleagues dying. • The incident left a deep impact and he pledged to remain a bachelor and serve the country in a bigger way.
  5. 5. Achievements:
  6. 6. • His struggle for bringing about change began in his own village. A long time ago it was a miserable and barren place with scanty rainfall and lacking any economy. It suffered from frequent droughts. • In 1975, Hazare initiated a transformation of his village through watershed development using nallah bands, check dams and contour trenches that raised the water table and helped villagers irrigate their fields. He also took up literacy programmes and measures to combat alcoholism.
  7. 7. War against corruption:
  8. 8. • Anna formed the ‘Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Andolan’ in 1991 which gradually spread across the state in the form of district-level vigilance committees. • With his trademark khadi dress and Gandhi cap, Hazare used his ingrained strength to repeatedly go on hunger strikes that led to the resignation of six ministers from the Maharashtra government.
  9. 9. • In 1995, Hazare's fast led to exit of two state Cabinet Ministers, labeled corrupt by the Gandhian and the Sena-BJP government was forced to drop them. • Hazare did not spare the Congress-NCP regime either and in 2003, went on hunger strike against four ministers, Sureshdada Jain, Nawab Malik, Vijaykumar Gavit and Padamsinh Patiln, alleging they indulged in massive corruption.
  10. 10. 2012 anti corruption movement 2012 anti corruption movement started with the first mass gathering at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on 25th March, 2012. Team Anna and Public of India was again ready to protest against Corruption. In this regards thousands of volunteers were working in grassroot. Everybody attached with this movement expected the Government of India to take some strong actions against Corruption. The motto of this mass movement was to create a big pressure among Government to take some strong decision related to demolishing Corruption in India.
  11. 11. Today Anna Hazare is ready to put his life on the line for the YOUTH – for US, so that we live in a corruption free country with equal rights. In a country where 4 crore people live below the poverty line and half of the politicians bathing in money now is the time to end all of this. We are not progressing as oppossed to other nations because of this corruption seed.

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