Corrupt people are pointing their fingers at each other: Hazare

Bangalore: Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare on Monday night said the issue of coal block allocation had "blackened" the hands of ruling Congress and BJP with corruption.

"The ruling and opposition parties have blackened their hands in the coal scam. All corrupt people are raising fingers at each other," he told reporters on his arrival in Bangalore.

Hazare reached the city to undergo a rejuvenation treatment at Jindal Nature Cure Institute.

He said "if people want a bright future, then honest people should be voted to the Parliament. Don`t look at the ruling and opposition parties, they will not give a bright future," he said. Hazare is expected to be at the insitute for a week, sources said.