Bihar: Former Indian Army Chief VK Singh came in full support of the India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal and said that the government should hold a thorough probe into all the allegations made by the activist in regard to corruption.
"Kejriwal is trying to expose the faces of corrupt people because he has evidences to support his words," Singh said while talking to the reporters.
He completely turned down the questions of being a part of IAC giving an example of Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan.
"Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan was not connected to any party. He started his movement against corruption alone. People watched him working and rallied behind him, which resulted in a people's movement in 1974," he said denying to join any political party.
He, however, showed his support towards the campaign against corruption.
"I would happily join any campaign against corruption but about my next step, I will make you know that later," Singh said.
He added, "I am working among farmers, youth and Jawans to help create a 'Janjagran' (people's movement) against corruption."
VK Singh was on his way to Ara in Bihar. He was going there to participate in 'Jawan Kisan Morcha' later in the day.
Earlier, he held a meeting with the delegation of ex-soldiers based in Buxar and appealed to join people's movement against corruption.