Joyous Ralegan dances to 'It Happens Only in India'
People, who assembled outside the Yadavbaba temple where Hazare lives after hoisting gudhi -- traditional flag erected on Maharashtrian New Year which symbolises victory -- in their houses, said they were eagerly waiting for their "hero" to return.
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Image: Hazare's supporters celebrate after he breaks his 12-day fast on Sunday
'This is victory of the people, democracy'
Women and children, who were glued to television sets for the last 13 days to get an update on Hazare's fast, broke into frenzied festivities.
Patriotic songs such as 'Jai Ho' were played and people also danced to the tune of Bollywood number 'It happens only in India', which, perhaps, sums up Hazare's phenomenal agitation.
Image: Hazare's suppoters wave the tricolour
'We want to give Anna a hero's welcome'
"We are also eagerly awaiting his return. He is our hero and we want to give him a hero's welcome," he said.