Jat agitation: Protest postponed for next 15 days

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The Jat protestors who have planned their quota agitation in the capital of the country on Sunday has been postponed after a long meeting, held between the Jat leaders and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar along with the Union Ministers Birender Singh and PP Chaudhary.

Jat groups are demanding reservation for their community in government jobs and educational institutions and, have been called off to siege and take out the protest outside the Parliament.

After a long meeting of up to 4 hours with the Haryana CM, Jat leader Yashpal Maik said in an statement,  “We hope that CM will fulfill our five demands and that we will get justice… we have confidence in the Haryana government”.

Meanwhile, during the Jat protests, nine policemen were reportedly got injured in Fatehabad on Sundaywhen Haryana police tried to stop the group from moving towards Delhi.

In a recent buzz, it is said that on Monday the normalcy in the metro services will come back.

In a statement Dependra Pathak, Special Commissioner of Police said that,” Delhi Metro, buses and local trains will operate as usual. However, the security arrangements will remain as they are ”.

Adding further to this he said, “The security arrangements at the borders and New Delhi area will remain there till next orders. It will be uplifted only after monitoring the situation”.

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