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Hasan Suroor, The Hindu / LONDON, August 22, 2011.
A supporter of Anna Hazare during a rally in support of the Jan Lokpal Bill at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi on Monday, August 22, 2011. Photo Rajeev Bhatt - The Hindu.
Anti-corruption rallies were held in Britain and France.
Indian expatriates in Europe have come out in support of Anna Hazare’s campaign with anti-corruption rallies being held in Britain and France.
In London, people in Gandhi caps and wrapped up in the Indian tri-colour gathered near India House to demand a strong and effective anti-corruption law. They carried placards and raised slogans calling for a “corruption-free India”.
“We are ordinary Indians and our message is simple and clear: we want an effective and transparent system to check corruption and we want everyone regardless of their political affiliation to support Anna’s campaign,” said one protester.
A rally was also held outside the Oval cricket ground, the venue of India-England Test match.
Avinash Dadhich, a law student, who is on a hunger strike in solidarity with Hazare, said “enough is enough” referring to the widespread corruption in India.
“People are the victims of corruption,” he said.
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