"Will launch a protest during the Winter Session of Parliament," Anna Hazare was quoted by Times Now report as saying.
The television news channel also claims that the anti-graft crusader, Hazare, is miffed with the Narendra Modi government's slow action over its promise of bringing back the black money stacked in foreign banks.
"Even after 100 days there have only been a few names that have come out in the Black Money probe," said Hazare.
Earlier on Monday, the centre had revealed seven names in connection with the Black Money case following the Supreme Court's statement that it can file affidavit revealing names of black money account holders.
The government revealed the names of Pradip Burman, Director of Dabur Group; Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhia, Rajkot based bullion trader and Ms Radha S Timblo, a Goa based miner. Apart from this, five of Timblo's directors Chetan Timblo, Rohan Timblo, Anna Timblo and Mallika Timblo were also figured in the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court by the government.
It must be noted that the BJP as well as it Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, while electioneering had constantly raised the issue of bringing back the thousands of crores of black money stashed by Indians abroad after coming to power. Modi had even mentioned Anna Hazare in his poll rallies for fighting against corruption and bringing back the black money.