Haryana CM hopeful about resolution of Jat quota issue
Rohtak: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder
Singh Hooda on Friday hoped that the issue of Jats demanding
reservation in government jobs under Other Backward Classes
(OBC) category will be resolved soon.
"We have already written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
asking him to provide quota for the community in Central
government jobs under OBC category," he said.
The agitators should not take any step which could cause
damage to the national property, Hooda said here while
replying to the questions of mediapersons.
The blockades of rail tracks by Jat community have not
only adversely affected the generation of power but have also
hampered education of children, the Chief Minister said.
When asked to comment on the election of the president of
Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee, Hooda said that the
Committee has passed a resolution giving the right of
appointment to AICC President and UPA Chairperson Sonia
He said that the pace of development in the state has
accelerated during the tenure of the present Congress-led
The state budget presented in the Assembly is better than
that of the previous state government led by Om Prakash
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