Renowned civil rights activist Irom Sharmila, who ended her 16-year-long hunger strike against AFSPA on Tuesday, said she would only get married if people reject her fresh innings as a politician. Sharmila had recently announced her desire to end the strike in order to contest next year's Manipur assembly elections and get married. "I've imposed one condition on entering my personal life. If the masses ignore my new strategy and abandon or insult me, I'll begin a new chapter of my life," a teary-eyed Sharmila said. Sharmila, who is living at JNIMS Hospital here, had Horlicks and chabon, a soup extracted from cooked rice on Wednesday. She, however, didn't reveal where she planned to go from the hospital.