Jan Sankalp March of AIJAS reaches Bhopal

All India Jat Arakshan Samiti(AIJAS) sponsored Jan Sankalp march reaches Bhopal on Sunday. The march was called by the association to generate an opinion on the issue of reservation. It began on May 29 from where she came from; under the leadership of Yashpal Malik, the national secretary of the assocation. After the procession reach their community-hall. Similar to a city hall and the gathering will be addressed by Bhopal secretary of the association. Other leaders of the organisation also plan to speak at the occasion and gather support for their cause.

Jats to oppose anti-Khap bill

While the officials and subordinates of various ministries would be finalizing the contents of proposed bill on Khap Panchayat expected to be tabled during monsoon session of parliament, the Khap leaders have now started working on the strategies to oppose the same by staging agitations at New Delhi. In no mood to give up against the Central government move, the All India Jat Mahasabha and the Jat Khap Mahapanchayat, both on Sunday decided to intensify their stir during the monsoon session. In a meeting of office bearers of Jat Mahasabha and Khap Panchayats from Bhiwani, Jind, Fatehabad and Rohtak districts, the jat leaders unanimously decided to protest against safe houses for runaway couples and proposed bill to be introduced for curtailing activities of Khap Panchayats.
In a meeting, convened at Bhiwani's Jat Dharamshala, the jat leaders headed by Om Parkash Maan, also passed a resolution to put a check on the activities of Ved pal Tanwar, the chairman of Non-Jat Mahasabha. The jat leaders asked the representatives from Hisar and Fatehabad to approach the Rajput leaders asking them to put a check on the activities of Ved pal Tanwar.

Jat leader Daulat Ram Saran passes away

Veteran Jat leader and former Union Minister Daulatram Saran passed away at a hospital here following brief illness, today. Saran was 87 of was admitted to a hospital here three days ago where he breathed his last this morning. He is survived by two sons and four daughters. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, ruling Congress State President Chandrabhan, BJP State President Arun Chaturvedi and several other dignitaries went to his residence here to condole the death and console the family.
The 87-year-old Jat leader, hailing from Sardarshahr in Churu was the Union Urban Development Minister in Chandra Shekhar's government . He was also the Agriculture Minister in 1957 in the Rajasthan government. He won the Assembly elections in 1957 and 1962 as a Congress candidate and as an Independent candidate in 1967 elections. He became the Member of Parliament in 1977, 1980 and 1989.