Public activist who advocated against corruption, and promoted the introduction of rural India and government accountability. He was presented with the Padma Bhushan, which may be the third-highest civilian award in India, by his Federal government in 1992. He was struggling to receive greater than a seventh quality education and began selling flowers on the railway, which led to him buying two rose shops. He began a hunger hit to put pressure on the Indian federal government to enact the Lokpal Costs, and anti-corruption laws, in 2011. He was the kid of Laxmibai Hazare and Baburao Hazare and it is unmarried. He was significantly influenced by the task of Mahatma Gandhi.