Anna Hazare declared on Saturday that the nation's people had won a great victory as he announced he would end his fast at 10am on Sunday.
Hazare thanked people for their support on the Lokpal agitation but cautioned that only half the battle had been won.
"We have won only half the battle," said Hazare standing before wildly cheering crowds and flanked by his key aides and Union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, former Maharashtra chief minister who has been an interlocutor.
"I congratulate every MP on what has happened today." Anna Hazare said.
Earlier, Union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, along with Congress MP Sandeep Dikshit, reached the Ramlila Maidan and handed over a copy of the Lokpal resolution and a letter of the Prime Minister to Anna Hazare.
"Parliament has spoken. It is the will of the people," a smiling Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said while coming out of the House after the debate that ended at 8pm.
Both Houses of Parliament, after daylong discussions, adopted the sense of the House accepting the three demands of civil society, namely a citizens' charter, creation of Lokayuktas in the states and inclusion of lower bureaucracy in Lokpal's ambit.