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Law officer’s note on police probe: No proof to show Prof Virender incited violence during quota stir

Till date, Haryana Police has not filed a chargesheet in the sedition case against Prof Virender, who, the police claimed, had instigated rioters leading to violence across Haryana in February, 2016.

Jat quota stir: CBI’s first chargesheet names two in minister house attack case

The agency has charged the accused with offences of attempt to murder, rioting, dacoity, damage to property, arson, house trespass and obstructing a public servant in discharge of duty.

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Jat quota stir: protesters block tracks, 80 trains hit

By the end of the day, six long-distance trains had to be cancelled, and 14 had to be diverted. The Mumbai Rajdhani had to be diverted via Agra and Bhayana and was delayed by 2-3 hours, officials said. Many other trains had to be delayed as a ripple effect.

Jat quota stir: Haryana govt to provide 100% rebate in property tax

The rebate would be given for a period of one year-- from April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.

Jat quota stir: Haryana Police to use less lethal weapons to curb violent protests

To keep an eye on the protesters during agitations, the police will also use drone cameras, said Haryana Law and order Minister.

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.

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Jat stir: Prohibitory orders remain in force in Delhi

Over a hundred check posts were set up in areas, mostly bordering Haryana, and riot control teams have also been deployed in northwest and southwest Delhi.

Jats begin fresh quota stir as Haryana goes on alert

Jat leaders in Jassia village of Rohtak district, the epicentre of violence during the February stir, began the agitation by performing a 'havan'.

Jat quota agitation restarts today: At ground zero, wariness and grim resolve

A day before the beginning of the planned new phase of the Jat quota agitation, residents of the area that saw some of the most extreme violence in February are preparing for the worst.

Congress seeks judicial probe into Jat quota stir

Ajay Yadav said that the government should bring a white paper on caste wise division of allocation of jobs.

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Jat agitation continues in Haryana, water crisis in Delhi

The absence of police and officials of the administration is being widely criticised by the residents of Rohtak who state that the situation could have been better controlled.

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