Jat agitation ends in Haryana

Jat agitation ends today after assurance from Haryana chief minister(CM) Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Khap (Jat caste council) leaders and All-India Jat Aarakshan Sangarsh Samiti(AIJASS), which is spearheading the stir, jointly announced "suspension" of the agitation till 13th September 2012. "Since Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has given assurance to Sarv-Khap leaders regarding the community's OBC status demand, we have decided to suspend the stir," Mahendar Singh Punia, State General Secretary of the Samiti, told reporters.
Meanwhile, the government said it will try your decision on the issue brought to book as soon as possible to the center. The agitators of all committee members and leaders agreed on the withdrawal of said movement. The agitators softening in his stance, showing the bodies of Sandeep's funeral made. Now all roads including Hisar-Delhi National Highway is open. Railway tracks were also cleared by the protesters. In the next six months, Haryana's Backward Classes Commission is expected to submit its report to the state government, which is why the Jats have given the government September 13 as the deadline, a Jat leader said.


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