The 74 years old Anna Hazare finished his hunger strike for the Jan Lokpal Bill to be passed in the Parliament of India on 28th August 2011 which took 12 days for his success of India Against Corruption and the implement of updated Jan Lokpal Bill.
Anna Hazare started his fasting at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi and finally on 27th August 2011 the Parliament accepted Anna Hazare 3 important conditions that has to be included in the Jan Lokpal Bill 2011.
The well known Anna Hazare is an Indian social activist who was born on 15th June 1937 at Bhingar, Bombay Province, British India. Anna Hazare got Padma Shri award in the year 1990 and Padma Bhushan award in the year 1992.Anna Hazare started his hunger strike which last for 12 days without any food and also lost about 7 Kgs.
The Jan Lokpal Bill is a proposed independent anti-corruption law in India which is an act to create effective anti-corruption and grievance redressal systems at centre so that effective deterrent is created against corruption and to provide effective protection to whistleblowers.
The India Against Corruption is the movement formed by the people to demand comprehensive reforms of anti-corruption systems in India.