Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Right around seven days in the wake of hitting out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over entering governmental issues through his development, against debasement crusader Anna Hazare has now focused on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that he has a “ego of Prime Ministership”. Anna additionally blamed PM Modi for not reacting to any of his letters. Talking at an open rally in Atpadi tehsil in Sangli in Maharashtra on Sunday, the counter debasement crusader said that he composed more than 30 letters to PM Modi in the most recent years yet was yet to get an answer. “I have written more than 30 letters to PM Modi in the last three years but he never replied to them. Modi has an ego of his Prime Ministership, hence he did not respond to my letters,” said Anna. This comes a long time in front of a disturbance by Anna Hazare on March 23 on ranchers’ issue. The rally at Atpadi was the first of the three energizes Hazare would deliver with an end goal to activate bolster for the unsettling. “It will be a never-seen-before kind of massive agitation that will be a warning to the government,” he said. “I have no intention of garnering votes through my rallies and agitations. The way there was a huge rally for Jan Lokpal, I believe there will be a similar agitation on farmers’ issues,” he said. Hazare said that his demands included implementation of the Lokpal, appointment of a Lokayukta, a pension of Rs 5,000 to farmers and higher rates for farm produce. Discussing his disturbance on January 16, the counter defilement crusader had assaulted Kejriwal, saying he would guarantee no political pioneer ascends out of his development. Hazare said he would request an endeavor from any individual who needs to join his development that they would not enter dynamic legislative issues. He was made an inquiry on this in light of his declaration of a ‘peaceful protest’ from March 23 requesting ventures to enhance the state of agriculturists the nation over. “No, it will never happen again… I will make sure that it will never happen again,” Hazare pronounced. “I was not very alert then. But now, before joining me, a person has to give affidavit saying they won’t join any political party or fight elections,” he said.