"This is clearly betrayal. What else is this....In last four days, government has changed its stand thrice," Arvind Kejriwal, a close associate of Anna Hazare, told reporters after Team Anna''s fresh round of talks with government representatives.
"Last night, we were given the impression that there would be a resolution which would be voted upon in Parliament on the three issues which have been mentioned by Anna Hazare in his letter to the Prime Minister....Now we have been told that there will not be any resolution nor any voting.
"There will be some discussion at the end of which some sense of the House will be conveyed. This is not what we had understood at all. And if this is the case then this is not going to be very ''helpful or meaningful'' at all," another key member of the Team Anna, Prashant Bhushan, said.
If no resolution will take place or no voting will happen and if this the response given to Anna Hazare''s letter then it is "very unfortunate", the lawyer said.