In any class society, ruing classes overplay and over-project their internal contradictions to blunt the edge of the major-economic contradiction and create ideological confusion with the aim of impeding the transition of working-class (rural proletariat/peasantry/unemployed included) from the class-in-itself to class-for-itself. Look at the BJP-Cong contradiction both competing each other to prove more loyal to the Imperialist bosses and the sell way national resources to Corporate giants in the name of disinvestment! Unfortunately, the internal contradictions of various factions of ruling classes and their mostly paid political agents, is so overpaid that it seems to be the national political contradictions. Anna Hazare's "crusade" against corruption can be compared, in terms of safety-valve, like the "anti-globalization" campaign funded by globalizing agencies, under the banner of WSF. Nevertheless, as an inadvertent consequence the monstrous designs of corporate global capital, got highlighted to some extent. similarly, Anna's campaign has highlighted the issue of corruption got highlighted. Anna's appeal, touched the urban middle class sentiment and would be wound up as soon as it starts taking a mass-shape. Since the issue was secular and corruption-generated price rise and inflation is hitting the lavishly life style of the urban educated middle class and traders. It was similar crowd that could have been witnessed during ant-Mandal agitation.