UPA no longer enjoy people mandate: Hazare
Asked to comment on the Prime Minister rejecting the opposition BJP`s demand for resignation on the coal allocation issue, Hazare told reporters here: "(following corruption scandals) People`s mandate is not with them (now). It will show in 2014 (Lok Sabha poll)".
After a week-long rejuvenation treatment at Jindal Nature Care Institute here, he said he feels fighting-fit.
"I am alright now and ready for fight as well (crusade against corruption). I will travel around the country and visit the states to awaken the people. Fight will continue till the country becomes corruption-free," Hazare said.
He also rejected suggestions of differences in the erstwhile Team Anna, which he disbanded recently. "You will see that we will fight unitedly".