"I will fast for three days from December 27 and from December 30 till January 1, there will be a jail bharo agitationacross the country," said Anna Hazare while talking to the reporters on Tuesday evening.
Anna Hazare also said that the government's intentions are not clear on Citizens' Charter.
Team Anna member Kiran Bedi on Tuesday also slammed the government for the proposed draft of the Lokpal Bill and said that extension would be worth if it was for a strong Lokpal with CBI out of government control and with Lokpal. Everything depends on the content of the bill.
She was reacting to reports about government deciding to extend the winter session by three days from December 27 to facilitate the passage of the Lokpal Bill and some other key legislations.
Team Anna also asked the BJP whether it was determined on Lokpal as it was on issues of JPC probe into 2G scam and FDI in retail and cautioned the opposition party against "double speak" on the question of bringing CBI under the ombudsman.
"Is BJP as determined as it was in JPC and FDI on Lokpal? When will BJP make its stand on CBI categorical. Now that Congress' is evident!" Bedi said.
She also warned the main opposition party that it will be a "bigger loser if it does double speak" on CBI. "People will not forgive them either," she said.
Bedi also said that it was "frustrating to be waiting to see" what Congress does. "It changes every minute," she added.
Her comments came as government raced against time to firm up Lokpal Bill in view of the looming threat of Anna Hazare to go on hunger strike from December 27 if Parliament fails to pass a strong Lokpal Bill.
Pressing for inclusion of CBI under the Lokpal, she said, "Unless independent Lokpal replaces government for oversight over CBI, expect no change in the anti-corruption systems. Let's not be fooled. Mere tweaking will not work. It will dilute whatever is remaining. "If we leave any weak point in Lokpal bill and we do not see substantial reduction in corruption it shall be a dream shattered. Now or Never!"
Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal told TV channels that the government is creating an institution which does not have any investigating power.