Haryana Jat Quota Stir

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Jat quota stir violence: Won’t withdraw cases against accused, Haryana govt tells HC

A total of 2,105 cases were registered during the Jat agitation. Withdrawal of 137 cases had been recommended last year.

Film On Haryana Jat Quota Stir: Cheer Haran trailer gets over 3 lakh views on Facebook

JUST TWO days after actor Randeep Hooda uploaded a trailer of an upcoming documentary Cheer Haran, which is based on the violence that occurred during the February 2016 Jat reservation agitation, has garnered 3.13 lakh views on Facebook. The documentary is an apparent attempt to show what led to violence in Haryana during the quota agitation […]

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Jat stir: Haryana exempts tax on vehicles of those damaged in violence

This exemption would be granted on verification by the concerned deputy commissioner or an officer authorised by him.

Haryana Police appeal to Jats to end quota stir

The Jat protesters are demanding reservation in government jobs and education institutions under the OBC category.

Haryana Jat quota stir: Second phase to start in other districts from June 10

On Wednesday, Jat protesters held their agitation in 60 places in Uttar Pradesh.

Jat quota stir: Curfew around rail lines, roads: Haryana ‘ready’

District Magistrate, Sonipat, K Makarand Pandurang, issued orders to ban all internet services, including Edge, GPRS and Bulk SMS sent via mobile, with effect from June 4.

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Day before submission of Jat stir panel report, Jadhav reinstated

Jadhav was IGP of Rohtak Range when the agitation took place. Rohtak was the epicentre of violence that spread to other districts of the state as well.

Jat quota violence: Saw women with torn clothes running on highway, says witness

A woman police officer from Haryana was in Ludhiana to record the statement of the four witnesses.

450 people in jail, if we release them, (Jat stir) may happen again: Haryana CM Khattar

CM Manohar Lal Khattar asserts that his government “controlled” the Jat agitation in time, says Gurgaon’s new name Gurugram is “easy” for foreigners to pronounce, warns Arvind Kejriwal not to play politics over the SYL issue, but backs the Delhi government on the odd-even scheme.

BJP eyes polarised Haryana, cautious on Saini

Saini said he has not said anything against the Jats, but they were trying to get reservation by pointing a gun on the government’s head.

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