Fadnavis said the Union agriculture minister had asked him to speak to Hazare, adding that a solution to the demands would arrive at soon.
Don't have any trust left in government, says Anna Hazare as he threatens to launch his 'last protest' for farmers
Hazare said had had been holding protests for cultivators since the last three years, but the government has done nothing to resolve the issues.
Hazare had, on December 14, written to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar warning of a hunger strike if his demands were not accepted.
It said the "BJP delegation" stated that the demands put forward by Anna Hazare are for the benefit of farmers and soon a solution will be found.
The anti-graft activist had sat on fast in his Ralegaon Siddhi village in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra in February, 2019.
Hazare also said the agitation should spread across the country so that the government comes under pressure to act in the interests of cultivators.
Taking a swipe at Gupta, Hazare said that it was unfortunate that the BJP, which claims to be the largest party in the world, is calling him for the movement.
Hazare, in his response to Gupta, said the change in the country would not happen merely with the replacement of the party but needed transformation of the system.
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said that Hazare had been fighting the battle to end corruption since the beginning and has always raised his voice for the public interest.
The ED has filed a money laundering case against Pawar, his nephew Ajit Pawar - a former deputy chief minister of Maharashtra - and others in connection with the scam.
According to doctors, there is 'nothing to worry' and they have advised the 82-year-old social activist to take complete rest.
Hazare said that the prime minister is afraid that once Lokpal becomes a reality his office, as well as that of his cabinet members, would also come under its purview.
Social activist Anna Hazare, who spearheaded nation-wide anti-graft protests in 2011, is again set to launch a 'satyagraha' in Delhi next month.
Hazare blamed the AAP's inability to act on its promises for its differences with the people.