Mr Hazare took a dig at the Delhi Chief Minister and said if change has to be brought into the system, then the leadership should “walk the talk”.
He further accused Mr Kejriwal of prioritising power and money over bringing about change. “You promised me as well as the society that you will bring change. I feel sad that you didn’t fulfil you promise,” he said.
Politics and money have overtaken talks of social change and sense of humility is fading as time passes by.
He also referred to a letter written to him by Munish Raizada, a US-based medico and suspended AAP member, pointing out that donors’ records have gone off the party website since June 2016.