Those wanting to take political plunge have branched out: Bedi
New Delhi: Activist Kiran Bedi on Friday said that the section in India Against Corruption (IAC) wanting to take a political plunge has "branched out" but the movement will continue as it is.
In a post on social networking site `Twitter`, Bedi said the political option was being debated in the IAC for the past one year.
"Those who wanted it have chosen to branch out. IAC as a movement goes on," she said.
Yesterday, she had said that Anna Hazare-led group has started search for a "new office for the IAC for continuity of movement" with focus on strong Lokpal and other issues.
Hazare and his supporters on Wednesday parted ways with Arvind Kejriwal-led group which wants to turn the anti-corruption movement led by the veteran activist political and fight elections.
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