Jat quota protests: Prohibitory orders imposed in Gurgaon

As many as 22 duty magistrates and three sub-divisional magistrates have also been appointed to maintain law and order, while the administration has demarcated areas where agitators will be allowed to hold protests.

By: Express News Service | Gurgaon | Updated: June 4, 2016 1:30 am
Passenger trains going from Delhi to Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab and Jammu have been affected. Jat community members torch motorcyles during their agitation for reservation in Rohtak on Thursday. (Source: Express Photo) The order, issued by Deputy Commissioner T L Satyaprakash, said these were, “preventive steps.”  (Source: Express Photo)

Gurgaon authorities have issued prohibitory orders for the next 60 days, banning any gathering of five or more persons, after leaders of the Jat community threatened to launch fresh protests from June 5 to seek reservations. As many as 22 duty magistrates and three sub-divisional magistrates have also been appointed to maintain law and order, while the administration has demarcated areas where agitators will be allowed to hold protests. The order, issued by Deputy Commissioner T L Satyaprakash, said these were, “preventive steps.”

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