Jat leaders reason talks with Haryana government, find withdrawal of ‘false cases’

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Chandigarh: On 13th day of their uninformed pro-quota stir, some Jat leaders, accompanied by Khap representatives, hold talks with a Haryana supervision on Friday and demanded withdrawal of “false cases” purebred opposite youths in tie with a Feb stir and adequate remuneration for a family of those who had died.

Among a participants in a talks during Panchkula were Sube Singh Samain, Sarv Khap Jat Panchayat spokesperson, a comparison personality Nafe Singh Nain, Tek Chand Kandela of a Kandela Khap and Jat personality Hawa Singh Sangwan.

State Agriculture Minister OP Dhankar and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s domestic confidant Jagdish Chopra, talked to them from a supervision side.

Security army during a Jat agitation. File photo. PTISecurity army during a Jat agitation. File photo. PTI

Security army during a Jat agitation. File photo. PTI

The categorical direct lifted in a assembly was recover of “innocent youths” arrested during Feb stir and adequate remuneration and pursuit to subsequent of family of those who mislaid their lives in a new stir.

Dhankar told a leaders a supervision is fighting opposite a High Court stay on reservation postulated by it and positive their other final would be deliberate in a “sympathetic manner”.

All India Jat Arakshan Sangarsh Samiti (AIJASS), that is spearheading a stir, has been invited for talks with state supervision member in Delhi on Saturday. “We are assembly them in Delhi Saturday,” AIJASS boss Yashpal Malik said.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar pronounced this is a “social emanate and it should not be politicised”.

Khattar, who was in Rohtak on Friday, pronounced as a reservation emanate is underneath a care of a court, all would have to unitedly defence to make it strech a preferred conclusion. However, it is a shortcoming of a supervision to get it resolved, he added.

The state on Friday remained pacific and no unfavourable occurrence was reported, officials said.