Shimla : Social activist Anna Hazare Sunday vowed to continue his anti-corruption movement after he broke his one day long token strike against the â€˜weakâ€™ Lok Pal bill .
Speaking to a large gathering at Jantar Mantar he threatened to intensify his movement if the government fails to bring in a strong Lok Pal in the ongoing winter session of parliament , a law that covers the entire bureaucracy and the prime minister .
â€œThe government must listen to the voice of the people ,â€ he said .
He urged prominent politicians of the opposition parties to fight for a strong Lok Pal .
â€œYou fight in parliament , we will fight outside .If the government doesnâ€™t listen to you please join our movement ,â€ Hazare said .
He thanked the youth of the country for coming out in large numbers for the day-long agitation.
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