Corruption is the major problem that contemporary India is facing. It has affected almost all sections of Indian society; defense, medical, housing, telecom, postal, agriculture and sports. High profile politicians, bureaucrats, police officers and other high-ranking officials are involved in it. It is killing the country slowly and steadily. In the middle of such widespread corruption, we can find Anna Hazare fighting against it. He has already been the leader of various anti-corruption campaigns. In 1994, he campaigned against corruption in the forest department in Maharashtra; and again in the late 1990s two BJP ministers had to resign from the Shiv-Sena following his campaign. In all his campaigns, he adopts fasting unto death as a means to pursue his demand (which arises the question whether it is constitutional to force the government to enact a law by threat of death). The main theme of the movement i.e. anti-corruption is welcomed by everyone because corruption is slowly “sucking the blood” of India.