Hazare was apparently disappointed with Kejriwal as the latter had not responded to Hazare's 17-point agenda. Hazare had written a 17-point agenda letter to Kejriwal hoping that if Kejriwal would agree to it, Hazare would support him.
But Hazare pointed out that neither did Kejriwal nor did anybody from the AAP respond to his letter. "No one has given me any assurance on it. It is now very clear that these people are thinking of power more than of the nation," he said.
Even if AAP comes to power, the nation will not have any bright future as there will be no difference between them (AAP) and other parties, Hazare added.