Anna Hazare does not have an official Twitter account. Hazare’s statements about Arvind Kejriwal have been misinterpreted.
On December 5, 2016, news anchor Anuraag Muskaan tweeted a clip of a response from Hazare to the question of whether Kejriwal had fulfilled any expectations he may have had. Hazare says in Hindi that the question can be directed to Kejriwal as he does not want to get involved. A literal translation of his exclamation in Hindi is "why get into the dirt, only speak about good things.” In February 2022, Parvesh Sahib Singh, a BJP politician, also retweeted the video.
In 2012, The Hindu reported Hazare had expressed that "politics is not sacred and it is full of dirt" during a meeting with activists to discuss the next course of action for the political anti-corruption movement. The article adds that Hazare pointed out to Kejriwal in a blog that the "anti-corruption group split due to "politics" within and not because of any attempts by the government."
The newspaper cutting from the tweet has been used to push the false claim many times since 2016. As mentioned above, there are incidents where Hazare has commented against Kejriwal, but from the reports, it is clear that Hazare did not tweet or call Kejriwal "dirt." Therefore, the allegation is false.