Anna Hazare get Huge support from Rajasthan

Fasts, candlelight marches, rallies - support and solidarity poured across Rajasthan for social activist Anna Hazare, whose indefinite fast at New Delhi for a stringent anti-corruption law continued for the fourth day Friday. Protest marches, condemning the rampant corruption in government departments, were taken out across the state Thursday and Friday while several groups are planning to lend a supporting hand to Hazare in days to come. In Bhilwara, about 250 km from Jaipur, Prasoon Sharma began a fast-unto-death Friday and claimed it will continue till the introduction of an effective Lokpal Bill by the government. "I will break the fast only when corruption is rooted out of this country by introduction of stringent laws against corrupt officials and politicians. I am with Anna till death," asserted Sharma.
In Kota town, about 240 km from Jaipur, residents joined activists of NGO Environment Development Committee in a candlelight march to show solidarity with Hazare. "At least 2,000 people took part in the candlelight march organised by us Thursday night. We are planning to take out another rally in a couple of days," a representative of the NGO told IANS. Another rally organized by Udan Society in Alwar, about 150 km from Jaipur, witnessed participation of about 3,000 people Thursday night.