Two days back, in a blog, Hazare wrote that the anti-corruption group split due to "politics" within.
"I did not give an alternative. When I was told that an alternative has to be given, I said it is a good idea but I asked them to answer my 5-6 questions. But I did not get answers," he said.
Kejriwal, however, said Hazare backed out from what was the anti-corruption crusader idea to form a political party.
In an interview to Tehelka magazine, Kejriwal said, a prominent television personality convinced Hazare to go political.
"Anna liked what he (television personality) said. He called me after the meeting... he asked me what I thought... I asked Anna for a little time. After two three days I told Anna I agreed with him."