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Jat stir violence: Punjab and Haryana HC restrains state, magistrates from deciding pleas for withdrawal of cases

The Haryana government earlier had granted the prosecutors permission to withdraw 407 cases of violence and claimed that the decision “would pave a way for bringing brotherhood, harmony and peace among various communities in the State".

Jat stir violence: Ex-Rohtak IGP, indicted by panel, now gets clean chit, promoted as ADGP

The violence during the Jat quota stir started on February 18, 2016, but escalated next day after a protester died in retaliatory firing by the security forces in front of official residence of the then IGP Jadhav.


Jats threaten to block Amit Shah rally in Jind, Haryana withdraws 70 cases

Officials maintained that these 70 FIRs were about “minor offences” such as felling of trees, blocking highways and rail traffic. The Haryana government, officials said, has so far withdrawn 208 such FIRs against 1,980 people accused of various offences.

Rajasthan Jat quota protests: Agitators block Alwar-Mathura rail route in Bharatpur

Rajasthan Jat protests: Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Arun Chaturvedi said, "The Jats should withdraw their agitation as the OBC Commission today presented its report to the state government. The state government is positive for reservation to Jats."

Jat stir: Indore resident receives calls after Haryana police gaffe

The Indore resident immediately asked the journalist whether he wanted to ask about the alleged rape cases.

Failed state

The government has been absent in since the Jat protest began.


Jat quota stir: Congress demands govt's dismissal, fresh poll in Haryana

"They (BJP) are responsible for making the most forward and developed state the most backward," Ghulam Nabi Azad said.

Thirteen hours after leaving Patiala: Welcome to Delhi

At Ambala, we were told that roadblocks had been laid and traffic was being stopped by violent protesters. No driver was willing to risk the four-hour journey down NH1 to Delhi. Trains were not running either.

Protesters enter Shinde house,142 arrested,13 cops suspended

Hundreds of protesters,mainly Jats,had gathered,demanding 27% reservation under OBC category.

Jats in UP suspend agitation

Jats in Uttar Pradesh decided to suspend their pro-quota stir for the next six months.

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Rohtak traders demand compensation for their loss

Rohtak, Feb 23 (ANI): The traders, whose shops were either burnt down or looted during the quota stir by the Jat community in Rohtak, Haryana, took to the streets and urged the government to compensate them for their losses at the earliest. A shopkeeper, Gulshan Dang, said, "I want to urge the Narendra Modi-led government to compensate our losses 100 percent without any delay." Another shopkeeper, Anil Kumar said that he is left with no source of income after his two showrooms were burnt down by the protestors. He asked PM Modi and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar that why are common people suffering who don't relate to Jat demands.