The government is likely to table the much awaited anti- corruption Lokpal Bill amidst much chaos and opposition.
This comes three days after social activist Anna Hazare began his indefinite fast in Ralegan Siddhi in order to pass the Lokpal Bill this winter session. He said that he had written to the PM about it but he continued to stall the issue.
Nath: Lokpal Bill remains to be the top priority in RS
Day three of Hazare's fast also saw many activists and even common man joining him including activist Medha Patkar. She had earlier said that earlier said that it would be suicidal for the parties if they did not bring in the Jan Lokpal Bill. Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Thursday said that she would join Anna Hazare on Saturday.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath on Thursday said that the Lokpal Bill remained the top priority and will be taken up first in the Rajya Sabha.
Both the Houses continued to be disrupted and adjourned on Thursday.