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Anti Corruption Protest in Pictures


Corruption is rampant in India. The government has been put on notice many times, but little has been done about it. Now, activists Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal and others have been willing to put their lives on the line to shame the politicians into doing something about it.

Surprisingly, the politicians think they can just put off the activists as they have done many times before, but now things are different. The activists are serious and they cannot be paid off. The politicians think they can use the police to jail the leaders, but all that does is make the outcry louder.

The people have had enough of the games playes by the politicians. It is time for the politicians to listen and act, or suffer the consequences.

Photojournalist Punneet Sharma captured the essence of what is going on at a rally in New Delhi today.

A supporter of eminent activist Anna Hazare with the hindi text written on his body "Stop Corruption"
Photo: Puneet Sharma

A man watching the protest rally against the
Photo: Puneet Sharma

Protesters moving towards India gate to support the Anti Corruption Movement.
Photo: Puneet Sharma

A young boy carrying a placard which reads "We will bring Jan Lokpal Bill to curb corruption" during a protest rally in New Delhi
Photo: Puneet Sharma

Many Rallies were witnessed across india to support the 72 year old Anna Hazare Jan Lokpal Bill
Photo: Puneet Sharma

School students marching towards the Historic India gate to support the anti corruption movement
Photo: Puneet Sharma

See Also the story Thousands of People on Roads in India Support Anti Corruption Movement filed by Adil Akhzer, that includes comments from people in the street.

Adil Akhzer is a correspondent for NewsBlaze in New-Delhi India. Contact Adil through NewsBlaze
Puneet Sharma is a photojournalist living in New Delhi, who brings us the stories of the day in pictures.

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