Pune, Jan 10 (ANI)): Team Anna members on Tuesday said that they would brief Anna Hazare on the discussions that took place in the Core Committee meeting, and added that a final decision with regard to the future course of action would be taken by the veteran social activist.
Ahead of their departure to Hazare's native village Ralegan Siddhi, Team Anna members Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan and Kumar Vishwas told the media here that Anna Hazare would take a final call taking his health into consideration.
"Yesterday, we had a meeting of our Core Group. Whatever discussions took place we will brief Annaji about it. Annaji will decide on the future course of action. Annaji will take a final call on that," said Arvind Kejriwal.
"Till the time he is not fully fit, till then it is not possible for him to take part in a political campaign or any other related events," added Supreme Court lawyer and Team Anna member Prashant Bhushan.
Meanwhile, another Team Anna member Kumar Vishwas echoing similar sentiments said physical fitness is priority for Anna Hazare at the moment.
"At the moment, physical fitness is priority for Annaji. But whatever discussions took place in the meeting; he will be briefed about it. Whatever mails we have received from the whole country, we will inform him about that and accordingly follow his instructions," said Vishwas.
Team Anna's Core Committee met in Ghaziabad on Monday amidst suggestions that the anti-corruption movement should not target a single political party in the future.
Anna Hazare was discharged from Pune"s Sancheti Hospital on Sunday after recovering from a chest infection and bronchitis.
Hazare was admitted to the hospital on December 31 after he suffered chest infection and weakness.
He was earlier forced to cut short his hunger strike after a team of specialists advised him to start eating again on the second day of his fast, citing low blood pressure, weakness and threat to his kidneys.
Hazare had earlier threatened the Congress-led UPA Government at the Centre that he would campaign in poll-bound states if a strong Jan Lokpal Bill was not passed in the Winter Session of Parliament. (ANI)