"It is really unfortunate for Indian democracy that the UPA ministers, neck deep in corruption, are going to jail. It appears that the sad day is not far when the UPA government would have to convene its Cabinet meeting in Tihar jail," said Advani addressing supporters in Umaria district.
Advani hinted to a number of arrests in the past months that included former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and Congress leader Suresh Kalmadi who are currently lodged in Tihar jail for their alleged involvement in corruption cases.
Advani also said that strict action against the accused was not because of the good intention of the UPA government, but because of the Supreme Court's interference adding that the government was not doing enough on the issue of black money and corruption thus leading to high inflation.
He further said that if the money was brought back from the foreign banks, it would help at least six lakh villages in the country.
Advani's 38 day long Jan Chetna Yatra aims to bring out the rampant issue of corruption in the system and the huge black money issue.