Hazare, who also announced that he will sit on a one-day fast in Delhi's Jantar Mantar on December 11 on the issue, sought to put Congress on notice saying he will tour the five poll-bound states and tell electorate how the government was betraying them on the issue.
The 74-year-old activist said his indefinite fast will be at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi from December 27 if a strong bill was not passed. If it happens, it will be his third indefinite fast this year on the Lokpal issue.
"The government has assured us that there will be a strong Lokpal bill. We were given an assurance by Parliament. Now the Standing Committee report is out. When I saw the report, I realised that they have betrayed the countrymen again. Government has committed deceit.
"What is strong about this Lokpal Bill? How is it powerfull?" Hazare told reporters here reacting to the draft report which kept Prime Minister, judiciary and lower bureaucracy among other things out of the ambit of Lokpal.
He said people have no option but to hit the streets to protest.
Hazare wondered why NGOs and media were brought under the ambit of Lokpal. "On the one hand, you are including media and NGOs but on the other hand, you do not want the Prime Minister and MPs. This is not fair," he said.
"Why is the Prime Minister afraid of submitting himself to the Lokpal? If you are clean, then there is no need to be scared," he said. Hazare took exception to the exclusion of lower bureaucracy, judiciary and CBI under the ambit of Lokpal.