New Delhi: Anger against peoples' representatives was in full display at the Ramlila Maidan on Friday when BJP leaders Gopinath Munde and Ananth Kumar had to abruptly leave the ground after being greeted with cries of 'chor chor' from the crowd.

Munde and Kumar had come to the Ramlila Maidan to meet Anna Hazare, whose fast entered the 11th day on Friday and were speaking to the media after meeting the Gandhian.

As Munde and Kumar started addressing a press conference on the ground, an agitated Kiran Bedi told the crowd to ask them if they would allow Parliament to function at least on Saturday. She said politicians had double standards and they wore masks.

Bedi said Saturday would be a very crucial and decisive day when the country would come to know which party stands where vis-a-vis the issue of Lokpal Bill in Parliament.

"It is a good news that Parliament has a sitting tomorrow. But we don't know whether it will be allowed to function," she said, taking a dig at the BJP leaders.

The BJP-led NDA disrupted the Lok Sabha proceedings where a discussion on the issue of Lokpal bill was being taken up, as they were opposed to the debate under Rule 193 which does not entail voting.
   
In an animated display Bedi taunted parliamentarians and politicians when the BJP leaders were inside the maidan trying to speak to the media and a charged up crowd did not let them speak to reporters.
   
To the cries of 'chor chor', the two had to leave in a huff.

(Agencies)