New Delhi: In the state of Haryana, the agitation of Jat is flaring up and the Central Government prepares to ensure that the Government of the Chief Minister- Manohar Lal Khattar is ready to deal with every situation which may arise in the said State.
Moreover, as stated by the General Secretary to the BJP- Anil Jain on this Thursday, February 18, this year, that the Government of the Chief Minister- Khattar is having first move to ensure that the said matter will be resolved not through agitation but through talks.
Moreover, Anil Jain further stated that the situation in Haryana is kept watching by the Government at Centre and the leaders of the agitation has already been spoken by the Chief Minister- Khattar. Also, it is made clear that the in case the matter will not be resolved through dialogue then enough forces will be sent to the State by the Central Govt, for ensuring the prevention of road and railway blockades.
It is also learned from the sources of BJP, that the issue of raising reservation for the economically weak people in the State (i.e. from 10 per cent to 20) could be considered by the Government in the State.
Moreover, to deal with the agitation, if in case it grows, the Chief Minster- Khattar has spoken to Home Minister- Rajnath Singh for keeping the Central forces ready and in this context he has also spoken to the Railway Minister- Suresh Prabhu.
Also, it was seen that on Thursday, the administration at Rohtak has also imposed prohibitory orders in the entire district level and with these orders, assembly of Five or more persons is banned. The Deputy Commissioner, D. K. Behera has issued such orders, citing the reason that the law and order in the district may be disturbed by the anti- social elements who may join protesters.
It is now seen that the said protest for reservation quota has spread to northern Haryana districts of Kurukshetra and Yamunanagar and on Thursday evening Protesters were seemed clashing with Police officials who were trying to evict them after the imposition of prohibitory orders.
Adv. Faim Khalilkhan Pathan