In his second address to supporters within two hours, the 74-year-old Gandhian said people expected a lot from the MPs but they did not live up to the expectations and that he would tour the country to appeal to people not to vote for them again.
Hazare, who did not address his supporters for nearly 38 hours since August 25 night, emerged on the dais at around 10 am and declared that he will continue his protest till his last breath for a strong anti-corruption law.
Amid mounting worries over the 74-year-old Gandhian's health, Hazare said he could fast for another "three-four days" and "nothing will happen to him".
A little before noon while Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj was speaking on Lokpal in Lok Sabha, he again took the microphone and launched an attack on MPs.
"Today, there are 150 MPs who are facing criminal charges. We have some expectations from them. They did not live up to it. In the coming elections, we are not going to elect them. Next time, do not elect them as they are not performing according to the rules laid out by Constitution.
"I will tour across the country and appeal to people not to elect useless Parliamentarians," Hazare said, adding people's power is stronger than that of the lawmakers.
Noting that the common man is the "master" of MPs, he said one needs to keep a watch on their "servants and if they do not perform, they should be thrown out".