Almost three years after they split, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today shared stage with Anna Hazare extending his full support to the Gandhian's agitation against the land acquisition ordinance and said the law will make the Centre work like a "property dealer" for the corporates. Signalling a rapprochement, Hazare welcomed his one-time protege at the stage of the protest venue as almost all Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs and senior leaders of the party joined the social activist in his agitation. In his brief address, Kejriwal came down hard on the Centre for the controversial legislation and said BJP was punished in the Delhi assembly elections for their anti-poor policies though the same was given a massive victory in the Lok Sabha elections. "If the amendment bill is passed, then this government will become a dalal, it will become property dealer for big companies. We vehemently oppose the bill. The current government should learn a lesson. People had whole-heartedly supported BJP in May and ensured their victory in the Lok Sabha polls. But after 8-9 months, due to their policies, people have uprooted BJP," the Delhi Chief Minister said. Kejriwal and Hazare, the two most prominent faces of the Lokpal movement fell apart after Kejriwal decided to launch a political party in October 2012. "In the country, if any government makes law against the poor, makes laws against the farmers, the public will not let it last. They will teach them a lesson. We support the country-wide agitation against the law under the leadership of Anna Hazare. We support and today as Chief Minister of Delhi, I want to announce that no one will be allowed to take land forcibly in the city," Kejriwal said. Kejriwal was among a host of leaders cutting across party lines who joined the agitation on a day the government introduced the land acquisition bill in Lok Sabha amid a walk out by the opposition. Though Hazare had earlier ruled out sharing stage with any politician, political leaders including CPI's Atul Anjan and Vaiko of MDMK were among those sitting on the dais.