Gujjar quota stir spreads in Rajasthan protesters block JaipurAgra highway
| Monday | 11th February, 2019
“The Gujjar community knows that in my previous tenure we had introduced one per cent quota for the community,” he said, adding that he would do whatever he could to help the community and called for dialogues.
On Monday, the district administration in Tonk also issued directions to implement preventive measures to avert any untoward situation.The Gujjar agitation has affected train traffic on Delhi-Mumbai route.
Efforts are being made to ensure that common people do not face any problems,” he said.Section 144 was imposed in Bharatpur, Dholpur, and Karauli.
Over 15 trains under the Kota division have been cancelled while 12 have been diverted.
JAIPUR: On the fourth day of blocking railway tracks in Sawai Madhopur as part of the quota stir by the Gujjars, another group of protesters demanding five per cent quota for the community blocked the Jaipur-Agra National Highway 89 at Sikandra near Dausa district on Monday.“Protesters are sitting on a particular stretch of NH 89 that connects to Agra and runs through Dausa district.
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