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**ALL ROUND PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**                                             **WORLDWIDE SYNDICATION RIGHTS**                                                                                  Caption: Anna Hazare at a rally in New Dehli after his release from the prison -  India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader emerged from a New Delhi jail today to the wild cheers of Long live Mother India as he prepared to embark on a 15-day public hunger strike. .Emerging from Delhi's Tihar Jail Mr. Hazare was greeted by huge cheers from the large crowd gathered at the prison gate. "Whether I live or not," he told supporters in a short address, "corruption should not live."   .After three days in jail, anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare reached New Delhi's Ramlila Ground and addressed thousands of supporters urging them to continue the fight for a strong anti graft bill called Lokpal Bill..In a massive show of support, thousands of people lined up Delhi street where civil society leader Anna Hazare made his way to the Ramlila Ground to hold his indefinite fast for a strong watchdog for anti graft cases..On the way to venue to continue his fast he visited India's father of nation Mahatama Gandhi's mausoleum Rajghat to pay respects to Mahatma Gandhi ahead of his protest fast at Ramlila Ground. .Just past the Tihar prison gates he addressed the crowd outside , raising his hand to the air and shouting "Victory to Mother India" and declaring the fight against corruption would continue whether he was "alive or not" before slowly winding his way in a truck decorated with flags through massive crowds..His movement has created a frenzy amongst India's hundreds of relentless news broadcasters and brief speech after emerging from prison was carried live across India on the country's many all-news channels, and Mr Hazare clearly had a flair for such a media moment. New Dehli, India. 19 August 2011                                                                         This