Anna Hazare is now all set to launch a political party of his own, the name of which is yet to be given. This name, says Anna’s team, is to be decided by the janta (public) and not by team members. They want, as the team means, a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Looks nice, but the very slogan like this itself emerges from an ideology which sprang up from some political party only –the Communist. After a political party is formed, any slogan you coin, has its agenda in some political party or the other and there you are bound to lose your own entity, howsoever best you try to play honest and positive. The source behind Anna’s tremendous popularity was not his own only, more than that it was his slogan against corruption that clicked most. All political parties in India are the same so far as some allurement or the other to the public is concerned. They leave no stone unturned in their attempt to attract the people in general. They are notoriously an object of hatred, and by launching another party as such, Anna is converting himself to another object of hatred as such. He says that he himself is not to join politics, but what he is actually doing now looks like he is surrendering his mission against corruption to a platform, which may deliver goods to many other parties, and certainly not to himself or his team. Joining a particular mission as a slogan is possible for every body, but joining some political party may not be that feasible for the people in public, particularly those who already owe their loyalty to some particular political party or the other.