New Delhi: 4.30 pm: Regarding Ramdev sharing a stage with Narendra Modi, Bedi said that she has spoken to Anna, and he said who Ramdev meets is his own matter. "Let's wait for Anna address. He is likely to answer this question," said Bedi.
4.00 pm: Kiran Bedi addressed the gathering from the stage at Jantar Mantar. She said if the government does not agree, it will be a do-or-die battle. "It will be an aar ya paar ki ladai," she said.
3.40 pm: Sources said on Monday that the central government will not negotiate with the Team Anna this time. "There is nothing to negotiate on. The matter is with the Select Committee. The government feels that there is no end to demands of Team Anna," government sources say.
3.10 pm: Team Anna has denied indulging in any protest outside Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar's residence. "India Against Corruption (IAC) is not associated with the protest. We have not organised it," IAC media coordinator Ashwathi Muralidharan said. The IAC supports Hazare in his fight against corruption in the country. Sharad Pawar's house is located at Janpath in New Delhi.
2.33 pm: India Against Corruption (IAC) members and Anna Hazare supporters on Monday protested outside Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar's residence in New Delhi. According to reports, Delhi Police was trying to remove the protesters.
2.01 pm: Congress leader Ambika Soni on Monday said that the way some people protested outside Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's residence on Sunday shows Team Anna's desperation. "It sullies the image of India," she said.
1.30 pm: According to a health bulletin issued by the India Against Corruption (IAC), Anna Hazare's blood pressure was recorded normal with pulse rate stable at 89. His blood sugar level was normal at 98.
12:53 pm: Anna Hazare on Monday warned the government that it will have to go if it does not bring a strong Lokpal Bill as a "wave of protest" is building up. "The way this wave of protest against corruption is building in the country, I am getting this feeling that the government would have to bring a strong Lokpal Bill or else it will have to go," he said.
12.40 pm: Team Anna member Kiran Bedi said the next few days will decide the future of the country. "It either embarks on a journey of equitable prosperity or remains a crony oligarchy!" she tweeted.
Meanwhile, Team Anna got support from filmmaker Shekhar Kapur who tweeted, "India does not need change of government but change in political system. 65 years of current system has created huge divide between people and governance. "I will come to Jantar Mantar as ordinary Indian to be part of the heart beat of India, whose future lies beyond individual celebrity status," he said.
12.30 pm: Arvind Kejriwal, who is into his sixth day of fasting, tweeted, "This time its do or die. Dedicate this week for the country. Take off from your work and college. Take to streets. Just one week. Pray for a corruption free India. I am very, very confident that time for India has arrived. Future belongs to India. And it will happen soon."
12.14 pm: After an impressive turnout on Sunday, the morning crowd at the fast venue of Jantar Mantar was just around 400 with organisers blaming the low turn out on rains and disruption in Metro services due to collapse of the Northern Power Grid. They said they expect the crowd to swell as the day progressed.
11.25 am: Team Anna member Sanjay Singh on Monday alleged conspiracy by the central government behind the power crisis in the country. "Government can cut the grid, cut the light, cut the metro services, bus, auto services but people will come out and join the Anna Hazare's movement," he said.
11.10 am: Brushing aside concerns on the rift with Baba Ramdev, Team Anna member Kumar Viswas on Monday said that both Anna Hazare and the yoga guru were together on the issue of corruption. "Anna and Ramdev are together on corruption. Narendra Modi is the Chief Minister of a state, free to meet who he likes. Swami Ramdev has the right to meet who they want," he said.
On day two of his indefinite fast, all eyes will be on Anna Hazare and whether the social activist can manage to pull the crowds on Monday too. More than 6000 people gathered at Delhi's Jantar Mantar on Sunday to support Anna Hazare. Around 400 Team Anna members, including Arvind Kejriwal have been on fast since Thursday.
Anna supporters also gathered in large numbers at India Gate where they held a candlelight protest march. Earlier on Sunday, Anna supporters protested in front of Home Minister P Chidambaram's house in Chennai.
Anna Hazare on Sunday said the protest outside the Prime Minister's residence was a result of people's anger, but the anti-graft crusader disapproved of defacement of walls there.
"How long people will tolerate? But if something like this (defacement of walls) has happened, I apologise for that. The slogans (written on walls) were inappropriate. We should think before taking any such step as people are watching our agitation," he told reporters.
Scores of Team Anna supporters on Sunday protested outside the 7, Race Course Road residence of the Prime Minister and threw coal pieces into the premises besides defacing walls.
In a letter to Team Anna, police said around 100 supporters had protested outside the Prime Minister's residence, staged a snap demonstration and threw water bottles, lumps of coal, currency notes and coins inside the premises.
"They were very aggressive and was removed from there only after great difficulty," the letter said requesting Team Anna members not to make any provocative speeches.
(With additional inputs from PTI, IANS)