Jat leader Shaukeen resigns from Sangharsh Samiti

Delhi president of Akhil Bhartiya Jat Arakshan Samiti Ran Singh Shaukeen today announced his resignation from the post. In a press statement released here, Shaukeen, claimed that he was fed up with the attitude of Samiti leaders, said "The Jat agitation had lost its true manner and in present circumstances it was not possible for me to hold the post."Shaukeen alleged the national president Yashpal Malik, who had recently spearheaded the Jat reservation stir in Haryana and Haryana unit president Hawa Singh Sangwan had allegedly betrayed Jats in the name of Jat reservation agitation. He claimed that he had borne the entire expenditure of agitation during last three years.
"I spent around 7-8 lakh rupees for three years including mass rally held at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on July 28 this year," the Jat leader said. When contacted, Sangwan said Shaukeen had been expelled from Samiti on September 14 due to his anti-Samiti statements. He also termed all allegations against Samiti leadership including against Malik as "baseless and false".


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