New Delhi: Anna Hazare is scheduled to reach Delhi on Monday after a three-day Odisha tour, an India Against Corruption (IAC) member said on Sunday.

"During the visit to the capital, he will meet volunteers and members of his newly-constituted 15-member team," the IAC member told.

"He is scheduled to stay in the capital till December 10," he said. According to his schedule, Anna will first go to Maharashtra Sadan in central Delhi and then IAC's office in Sarvodaya Enclave in South Delhi.

The IAC team will also plan for their nationwide campaign against corruption scheduled to commence Jan 30, the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Hazare, along with former Indian Police Service officer Kiran Bedi, had announced the formation of a new IAC team last month.

This followed the disbanding of the earlier Team Anna and parting of ways with former colleague Arvind Kejriwal. During the launch of his new office here, Hazare said: "Our fight for Jan Lokpal Bill will continue till it is passed by the government. I will campaign throughout the country and try to ... bring in change."


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