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Only Mamata can bring change, says Anna

Only Mamata can bring change, says Anna
Soon after the meeting at 181 South Avenue, Trinamool Congress’s party office in Delhi, Anna told media persons that it’s only Mamata who can bring change for a better India.

He said, ‘She is a simple person. Her thoughts are simple and rooted to the people and considering the present situation, the country needs a leader like her.’

On the context of 17-point agenda, he said, ‘We had a detailed discussion on the agendas and I am happy to know that most of the agendas are already there in her party’s manifesto. We will come to power and execute these agenda for a better tomorrow.’

While criticising the UPA government, Anna said: ‘Poor people failed to get justice during the current political leadership in the center.

Unfortunately, condition of farmers is also in a bad shape. Mamata is a simple person and her concern for the poor will drive India towards development and justice for the downtrodden people.’
He officially announced that he will campaign for Mamata as the prime ministerial candidate in the Lok Sabha election.

On Tuesday evening, Mamata along with senior leaders and party general secretary Mukul Roy reached Delhi and went to the party office at Southern Avenue. Later, Roy went to the New Maharashtra Sadan, where Hazare has put up, to escort the anti-graft leader to his residence for a meeting with Mamata.

On Wednesday, Mamata and Anna will hold a joint press conference at Constitutional Club of India to announce future strategy.

Anna had earlier written a letter to all parties that if they are willing to accept his 17-point agenda. ‘We feel proud that such a senior mass leader has hailed the leadership of Mamata who had replied to his 17-point economic programme which is being incorporated in the party election manifesto,’ Roy had said when he met the anti-graft leader at his village in Ralegaon Siddi last week.

Anna had lauded Mamata for her simplicity while taking a jibe at AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, saying some people take bungalows despite promising not to do so.
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