Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, has called an all-party meeting to discuss proposed anti-corruption measures as the government sought to bring an end to activist Anna Hazare's nine-day hunger strike. The government sent Salman Khurshid, a minister, and Sandeep Dikshit, a ruling Congress party MP, to hold talks with Hazare's supporters on Wednesday to outline a draft version of a new anti-corruption bill. Khurshid and Dikshit then met Pranab Mukherjee, the finance minister, to finalise the draft, which will be circulated at the all-party meeting, India's IBNLive.com reported. Hazare's main demand is that a government anti-corruption bill currently before parliament be withdrawn and replaced by a more stringent version, drafted by himself and other civil society leaders. Singh wrote to Hazare on Tuesday, urging him to end his hunger strike and offered to cede some of the demands of protesters.