Anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare on Wednesday criticised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal , saying that the latter has failed to convert words into action.
While talking to media, Hazare said that it seems there is a wide difference what they preach and practice. Hazare said people had high hopes when Arvind Kejriwal had assumed the office of Chief Minister in 2015.
On April 7, Hazare had said that he would never support the Delhi chief minister as he had dashed all his hopes. "He (Kejriwal) has dashed all my hopes," Hazare had said, reacting to the Shunglu committee report which indicted the Kejriwal's government for bypassing law, nepotism and financial irregularities.
"I am pained by the Shunglu committee report because Arvind was with me in the fight against corruption. I had great hopes from the young and educated Kejriwal and felt that young people like him will create a corruption-free nation," Hazare had said in a statement issued at his village Ralegan Siddhi in Ahmednagar district.